I'm selling some stuff to make room for other stuff; maybe you are interested in some of this?
LotFP Isle of the Unknown
Runequest Trollpak Box Set
Runequest Griffin Island Box Set
Runequest River of Cradles
Runequest Apple Lane
Runequest Snake Pipe Hollow
And since I always try and pay my Joesky Tax, Brendan's post here inspired me to knock up a chart of the variants on bog-standard energy drain I would use in my games:
The Many Faces of Energy Drain
...are good at modeling:
Half of the damage inflicted on the character is added to the
monster's current HP (up to it's maximum HP value).
Monsters that drain the blood/lifeforce from a creature to fuel
their own unnatural lives.
The character loses a level (and has its Hit Dice, Attack
Bonus, Saving Throws, Class Abilities, etc. modified accordingly).
The character's XP total remains the same; if they gain any XP
they regain their lost level(s).
Monsters who leave their foes generally enervated, exhausted,
or spiritually/physically shaken.
The character loses points in Strength, Dexterity,
Constitution, or some combination thereof. These points may
return with rest or possibly with the help of healing magic
Monsters who sap physical strength, endurance, or motor control
through blood loss.
The character loses points in Intelligence, Wisdom, or some
combination thereof. These points may return with rest or
possibly with the help of healing magic (Restoration, perhaps?).
Monsters who sap sanity, mental endurance, or memories through