UPDATE: The Searchers of the Unknown RPG Collection Revised Available for Free Download

I no sooner posted about the The Searchers of the Unknown RPG Collection than I received a new of new and updated variant rules sets. Rather than wait an entire year to include this, I decided to release a 2012 Revised Edition (as i did with the Microlite20 ROG Collection in 2010). The 2012 Revised Edition adds the SotU Wilderness Encounter Generator, Brickmasters of the Unknown GrueHawk, and Supers of the Unknown! as well as updated versions of Cyborg Samurai Are Go!, Wheelspins in the Wasteland, Scavengers & Spacewrecks, and Swashbucklers of Mars. It’s probably worth the download even if you just downloaded the original edition I uploaded a few days ago.

You can download the current (2012 Revised) edition of The Searchers of the Unknown RPG Collection here. The current edition is approximately 3.75 megs and about 68 pages. The download is via Mediafire.

The Searchers of the Unknown RPG Collection (2012 Revised Edition)

Randall Stukey

Randall is the author and publisher of a number of old school games (Microlite74, Microlite81, BX Advanced, etc) through RetroRoleplaying.com. Randall's main job, however, is being caregiver for his MS-afflicted cancer survivor wife. You can support Randall with a donation to the RetroRoleplaying Cancer Fund.

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Looks great, thanks for the update.

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@Andrew: Thanks again for telling me about your Supers of the Unknown game. I think I like it better than the M20 version. I've always wanted a very simple supers game.