So the financiapocalypse still rumbles on. Gaming is still going on and the quality of free stuff out there gets better and better. If you needed any evidence of this, take a look at the links below and maybe try a few at your table. Incidentally if you have a free (as in free) game or game-related thing you want to spread the word about let me know in the comments!
d20 Freebies - Courtesy of Paizo. Download and review! Thanks to Geek Related for the tip off.
Project Aon - Joe Dever's Lone Wolf game books and setting books for Magnamund. Inspirational stuff and a nice collection of solo-based game books as well.
Age of Shadow - An OpenQuest game (BRP retro-clone) with Tolkien overtones and no divine magics. Thanks to @ubiquitousrat for the tip-off and Sorceror Under Mountain for being the kindly uncle on this.
Hell for Leather - Quick pick-up game of dice towers and extreme violence in the veins of Running Man and Battle Royale. If you like this, take a look at the game at Cobweb Games.
Old School Hack has the Winter 2010 playtest version up.
Floorplans & Maps
RPGmapshare - Maps and map objects for personal use. Thanks to NewbieDM.
Labyrinth Lord Character Generator - Elegant and really quite nice for those pick-up demo games.
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