Now that Glutton Creeper's Fallout d20 is canceled, Jason Mical re-released his old Fallout PnP. His post contains a long post about how we should all be nicer about Fallout 3, ending with this:<blockquote>So, fellow Fallout fans, I contacted my friend Ausir who runs the Vault. Although I've toyed with the idea of working on a new version of the Fallout PnP, unless it was a paying gig I couldn't justify the time. Mercenary I know, but them's the shakes these days. So I turned over all my PnP materials to Ausir to convert to a Wiki, and the result is this: the Fallout PnP game Wiki, completely open-source and available to the fans to edit, take apart, restructure, correct, and change as they see fit. It's not complete yet, and Ausir has some materials I don't have, but I encourage everyone to check it out. Additionally, as I have been asked for these on several occasions, I zipped up the last version of the document I worked on along with all other Fallout PnP-related items I could find and uploaded them to my website. Get that file here. Ausir promises me that a larger, updated .zip with more materials will be available on the Wiki soon, at which point I'll either mirror that file or simply take mine down (but I'll update when I do.) The resources in this .zip: * Fallout PnP "Unlimited" (a never-released, partially completed revision) .doc format * Psionics rules, .doc format * Great Wastes sourcebook, .doc format * The Enclave 2.0 sourcebook, .PDF format * Tribes sourcebook, .PDF format * Waterworld total conversion, .txt format</blockquote>Link: post on Jason Mical blog. Link: Jason Mical's PnP (NMA mirror). Thanks Ausir.