Lo-fi publishing rejects the assumptions of the past 50 years about how people use, create, and publish tabletop roleplaying games. It creates an opportunity to build a library of affordable systems, sourcebooks, and creative toolkits that let you play the tabletop roleplaying game of your dreams. Build a library of evergreen source material without going broke.
The book is not the game. Tabletop roleplaying is the result of the creativity and collaboration that happens around the tabletop. Utility of content takes precedence over ostentatious production value. Clear, concise text is more important than spectacle. Graphic elements that do not clarify or enhance the text are meaningless. Books are compact, sturdy, and portable. This aesthetic creates practical and affordable toolkits designed to encourage and develop your creative imagination.