Why limit yourself to high elves, dark elves, and wood elves when you can have brutal elves and deep elves? This d12 table (which you have to give love just for using the d12) givens you 11 subtypes for any non-human race with ability modifiers and descriptions as well as a hybrid options.
D6:It’s the End of the World as We Know It and I Feel Fine
Underdark Gazette gives us 30 ways to shake up your fantasy world…including your entire pantheon having to save or die.
Over at The Sorcerer’s Skull, a preview of his upcoming Weird Adventures booklet is up. I’m really grooving on his pulp adventures version of D&D which is more explicit than LotFP change to the default setting.
D10:Every Character a Mindflayer
The Chicago Wizard (no, not Harry, the cool biker one) proposes OD&D psionics based on Gygax’s original mindflayer rules from the Strategic Review. While I might add another power or two I think he’s on to something.