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Custom LFG & Lowlife 2090 character sheets & more for various Virtual Tabletops:

  • Roll20 (LFG): Link
  • Roll20 (LL 2090)Link
  • Foundry (LFG): Link and Crash Course Install Guide Link
  • Foundry (LL 2090): Link
  • Fantasy Grounds LFG MoreCore module: Link
  • Tabletop Simulator LFG: Link
  • Astral (limited character sheet)


LFG Deluxe:

  • GM Screen PDF – Link
  • Character Sheets (including form fillable PDF) – Link
  • 9 x Pregen Characters – Link
  • Minor Charms – Link
  • Starter Adventure, #13 Gift of the Silent God – Link
  • Starter Adventure, #25 Revelry in Northgate – Link
  • Starter Adventure, #40 Call of the Colossus – Link
  • Adventure Frameworks Danger Guide – Link

LFG Original:

  • Low Fantasy Gaming (Original) – Link
  • 8 x Pregen Character Sheets – Link
  • GM Screen PDF (LFG Original) – Link
  • Illustrated Character Sheets (LFG Original) – Link
  • Midlands Region Map (colour and B&W, keyed and unkeyed) – Link
  • 6 x City Maps (B&W, keyed and unkeyed) – Link
  • Gear Packs & NPC Adventurers – Link
  • Tavern Tables – Link
  • Renamed Spells for the Midlands – Link
  • Random Session Advances – Link
  • Weather Tables – Link
  • Artificer Class – Link
  • Cultist Class – Link
  • Monk Class – Link
  • Ranger Class – Link


  • Pickpocket Press videos
  • Hobbs & Friends
  • Trisky Roleplays
  • John Polack of Mr Mean Speaks!
  •  Zach Hydra & Crew – Session Summaries
    • Slayers of the Dawn World Group A Link
    • Slayers of the Dawn World Group B Link
  • The Cast Perilous
  • Nothing Adventured, Nothing Gained
  • Out of Character RPG, Silent Gods
  • Wicked Studios’ Greyhawk Adventures
  • Dungeons Musings


  • Tshirted Historian reviews LFG, LFG Companion, & LL 2090: Link
  • Deathtrap Games reviews LFG Deluxe & LFG Companion: Link
  • DM Tales LL 2090 review: Link
  • Questing Beast LFG Review: Link
  • Ten Foot Pole review of Whitestone Tower (AF #42): Link
  • Joe & Adventures From the ShedLink
  • Josh Walles of Angel’s Citadel:
    • Review of LFG Deluxe: Link
    • Review of LFG Companion: Link
  • PhilosopherZeus review of LFG Deluxe: Link
  • John Polack of Mr Mean Speaks! review of LFG Deluxe: Link
  • Interview with Mildra over at the Monastery about Lowlife 2090: Link
  • Welcome to the Deathtrap review of LFG Original: Link
  • Rob Wieland on EN World review of LFG Deluxe: Link
  • Dave Thaumavore Review of LFG Deluxe: Link
  • Out of Character RPG review of LFG Deluxe: Link
  • Joe The Blind Rat, Hindsightless Podcast:
    • S4E21 Is this the One? – Link
    • S4E23 LFG 2 – Link
    • S4E24 LFG 3 – Link
    • S4E30 There’s a time to live, a time to die, a time to meet your maker – Link
  • Damian Hupfeld, Die Hard Gaming:
    • Fantasy Grounds – Character Sheet – Link
    • Fantasy Grounds – GM Tools – Link
    • Fantasy Grounds – Magic – Link
  • Steve G “Wilderness Exploration” – Link
  • Steve G “South Marches Game” – Link
  • Jodie Brandt, QuestWise:
    • Magic Summary: Link
    • Mass Battle & Sieges: Link
    • The Classes: Link
    • LFG Overview: Link
    • First Impressions: Link
  • Brent Taylor “How to Make a PC” – Link
  • Arlen Walker of Pellam’s Wasteland talks LFG on his Podcast (two 30 min sessions): Link
  • Bloat Games LFG Recommendation – Link
  • Unboxing video of the LFG Hardcover (B&W version) by Counterproductive GamesLink
  • “Unboxing” of the LFG Deluxe PDFs by CounterProductive Games – Link
  • Steve G “flick through” of LFG Deluxe print books – Link
  • Steve G “How to Play LFG” – Link
  • Steve G “Combat Options” – Link
  • Steve G “Magic”  – Link
  • Steve G “Danger & Grit” – Link
  • Steve G  “Weapons, Armour, Crits & Fumbles” – Link
  • Steve G “Treasure & Loot” – Link


  • Tshirts, mugs, stickers – Link

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  1. Oh sorry Fred – I am still waiting on the final proof (should arrive this afternoon actually) – I didn’t mean to make the book general access yet! I just took it down for the moment, but will be back up later this week to stay. As for hardcover…. I do mean to compile that too, it will take another couple of weeks though I’m afraid (to recheck the formatting etc, I’m not sure if the sizing is slightly different). Cheers, Steve G.


  2. Hi Stephen, you’ve made something great with LFG. I’m thankful you made it available free, and it didn’t take long for me to want a hard copy for my table use (and several of my players have since followed suit). We’ve been playing this system for a while now and have had a blast! So much so in fact that I’ve made an LFG version of my foe generator available here: Keep up the great work!

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    1. THIS IS AMAZING! Thank you so much! I just spent half an hour generating all kinds of foes and it works like a dream. You’ve got names, cool descriptions, cool loot, even special abilities for captains in there – and combat spell summaries! And it looks great too! Wow!

      I read your “About” piece – 100% resonates with me 😀 Making your own world is truly half the fun. The other half is your players exploring it – and wreaking untold havoc! 😀

      Do you mind if I put this as an update in the current Kickstarter and as a blog post on the LFG site – I’m certain folks will love it!

      I feel like I should repay you somehow but I’m not sure how. If you’d like any free PDFs, or if there’s some other way I can help, by all means shoot me an email at . And thank you for the feedback about LFG; I’m super glad you guys like it 😀


  3. I’m looking at the user-submitted cats, and I’m not exactly sure how they work. Take the knight and duelist kits, for example. Do those abilities replace some of the standard fighter abilities, and if so, which ones and is there a level progression? Or do they add possibilities to the Adaptable feature?

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    1. David I believe those abilities are extra stances the Fighter can choose to learn, as part of the Adaptable class ability. But the authors for all the Community Content are on the LFG Discord, if you prefer to ask them directly.


  4. I got the hardcover book and the companion. And Im noticing the art in the bw book is different so i think im gonna get that next with the midlands books. Thanks for making dnd fun again!

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    1. Hi Christoph, no plans for a Germany Sourcebook at the moment. But LL 2090 is 99% Open Game Content, so if someone were inclined to make such a book, they are free to go ahead and do so 😉


  5. I love LFG, I just discovered it, but it is exactly what I have been looking for to serve my gaming ideals. I have a rules question though. I am not understanding why cultists track DDM points. Can you explain what I am missing in the rules?

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    1. Hey James thanks for reaching out, and glad you’re enjoying LFG so far! Cultists track DDM because magic item use also requires DDM checks… A Cultist using lots of blessings will have an inflated DDM tally, making using other magical items more dangerous for them. Hope this makes sense 🙂


      1. Thank you for the clarification. By the way, my color Deluxe Edition book came in the mail this week and it is gorgerous. Great work.

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