- Broodmother Skyfortress, the adventure at its core, is fun and usable and one of those "easy to memorize and loads of fun" adventures
- All the stuff tacked on which is just Jeff's advice is more or less useless to me
- I would recommend this book as an intro to OSR theory that being said there's other intros which aren't a book you have to buy
My story with BMSF begins when I had to pull something outta my ass and I had read enough reviews and various mentions of BMSF to pull it outta my ass. Guess what, it was fun, and I could just sorta check out the !beautiful! map in the back (I had the .pdf on my tablet) and that got us through the first half. I didn't feel compelled to answer any of the questions Jeff left up to us like what are the origins of the giants whatever but it was all easy and basically servicable. Moreover I think the art of the "light touch" or just skimming and using is a core of the philosophy the book wants to impart, so good job.
that being said couldn't this book just be like, four pages long? if you knocked off the best-of-jeff's-blog in the back? it would not be a book then it would be a pamphlet. it could be one page, here's a mockup: