Ok, I admit it, I somewhat procrastinated on this post. I actually thought of several P words - print magazines and player character, for example - before deciding on Palladium Books. I should have thought of that much sooner because they provided many hours of gaming fun for my old gaming group. I have talked about Palladium Fantasy and some general thoughts about Palladium Books in my blog before. Rather than repeat much of what I have already said I will advise any interested parties to follow the link above and read that post for the main points.
It's been a rough two days at work so far this week and I admit that I procrastinated and put off doing the P post. Suffice it to say that Palladium Books provided several games for our gaming group:
- Robotech - It all started with this. I bought the core book and one of my buddies bought some of the old Robotech VHS tapes because we used to rush home to watch it after school.
- Palladium Fantasy - Jamie bought the original first edition black cover rule book. I would probably pay top dollar for this today because we had so much fun with it. Yeah, it's basically a very heavily house D&D but our campaign switched over to this system for a long time.
- Heroes Unlimited - I got the first editon and would be interested in playing the second edition.
- RIFTS - The awesome! Look for R is for RIFTS to hear some thoughts...