This is a combination of player's book and referee's book, with all the classes, races, spells, rules, magic items and info on making dungeons, wilderness, settlements and other planes.
The monsters will be in a second book called, appropriately I think, Blood & Treasure 2nd Edition Monsters. I'm shooting for getting that one up for sale in 1 or 2 weeks - there's some editing to do, and I want to include some mini-dungeons as well.
Anyhow - here's the ad copy for the Rulebook ...
Blood & Treasure is the fantasy role-playing game for people who want to spend less time arguing over rules and more time playing, and the new 2nd Edition continues this tradition.Once the Monster book is finished, I'll jump into updating the NOD Companion, which will be retitled Esoterica Exhumed (and have a few new bits as well) and the Monster Tome, which will be retitled Monsters II. After that, whew - I'll rest.
Compatible with old school games, it strives to be rules lite and options heavy.
You get ...
Thirteen character classes, as well as suggested variations on the existing classes
The classic fantasy races
A streamlined and easy optional feats system
Hundreds of spells and magic items - you can run games for years without running out of new things to try
Optional scientific treasures for those who like science-fantasy
Quick and easy rules for exploration, combat, mass combat, naval combat, strongholds and domains and a simple task resolution system
Guidance on designing dungeons, wilderness, settlements and even the cosmos
Suggestions on converting to other old school systems and changes between the first and second edition
Blood & Treasure 2nd Edition is designed to give you years of enjoyment in just two volumes, this book and the forthcoming Blood & Treasure 2nd Edition Monster book, which features over 600 monsters to challenge players.
Blood & Treasure doesn't want to tell you what kind of fantasy game you should enjoy, it just wants to put all the tools in your hands and let you play YOUR GAME, YOUR WAY
Then I'll get busy on finishing up the next issue of NOD and writing some shorter books and some blog posts.