Over at the Original D&D Discussion forums it was pointed out that I may be the only person producing stuff for Adventures in Fantasy. I never gave it much thought before he mentioned it but that's cool; maybe it will inspire some others that own the game to put something out there for interested people. I have produced a few resources so far but I have more that I am working on currently. Consider this a list of what I have planned in the coming weeks.
Revised Character Record Sheet
I have a functional character sheet available for download right now. There will be adjustments made to that sheet whenever it is deemed necessary through play experience. I have an alternate sheet I am working on that includes the variable weapon damage table from the reference sheets. Other than minor tweaks - something like an AiF logo - I suspect there will only be one big update of the character sheet.
Dragon Record Sheet
It is suggested that all Dragons should be generated before play since each one is unique in a range of 13 characteristics. This is simply a form to record all of the generation results and any other important notes for the Dragons used by the Referee.
Dragon Hoard Record Sheet
As each Dragon is unique, so is their hoard. If there is not enough room for the hoard on the Dragon Record Sheet then I am going to do a separate hoard sheet.
I am gathering notes for some proposed house rules as I make my way through the rules again. I am hoping for a short list that would be easy to maintain. I am shooting for something similar to "The Perrin Conventions" that was used by some groups for early D&D.
I have not ruled out the possibility of making a new game that is clearly inspired and influenced by AiF. This new game would be designed in a similar fashion as comparing T&T to D&D. Honestly, I feel the same way that Ken St. Andre did when he was reading the early D&D rules. There is a lot of like about AiF but there is also a lot that makes me scratch my head. Who knows? Maybe I will...