This is actually my first issue of Fight On and I was surprised at the quality of binding, printing, and the grain of the paper. I'm a book kinda guy and love the feel of a dead tree printing of something. I want to feel something in my hands, turn to page blah, blah,etc during a game.
Hargrave's work was perhaps the first "cross-genre" venture into fantasy RPG, and it included everything from interstellar wars to horror and historical drama. His work was, however, based principally upon the traditional (and not so traditional) medieval fantasy genre. Emperor's Choose games had a hand in re editing his work and this issue shows it. This issue includes new material and old Arduin material.
Fight on is an amazingly well balanced magazine for the material presented well worth the money. There are some of the top talents in the OSR writing for this magazine.
I went ape for this issue because about eighty seven percent of it is weird science fantasy. Its very useful as a DM's OSR tool kit. Some of the material is now ancient to the OSR however. Many of the articles have now been expanded upon by the authors as full products all within their own rights.
The font is easy to read and very quick to take in. Each of the articles was actually useful for a science fantasy campaign while keeping the Hargravian spirit right at the for front of the issue.
This column Proclamations of The Oracle - Fomalhaut By Gabor Lux Fifty Five Adventures was great for any being science fantasy campaign. It just gets the PCs right into the deep end of the action.
We even get some Empire of the Petal Throne action in this issue. This article titled These Mean Streets by Baz Blatt cross compares Empire of the Petal Throne with Jack Vance's Dying Earth. Its a nice overview of the Petal Throne world and includes a dungeon as well.
Rounding out this issue is some reviews by Jeff Reints and a some lovely magic items. all in all at 122 pages and a great Otis illustration on the back this is a great issue. In closing there are several reasons to get this issue. One is because its a very useful issue and most of the adventures can be adapted for use in many different games, the issue is also a great sign post in the road of where the OSR was/is heading, and this is a great issue and well worth the money.
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