I hereby present you with a unique opportunity to behead Marie Antoinette herself for just a few bucks! It goes without saying that I suggest such an act not for mere bloody entertainment but to save countless innocent lifes from the undead queen’s devilish intrigues! Satisfaction guaranteed!
In other words, I’ve just released All Heads Are Off, a two-layered mystery for Monster of the Week and other tabletop RPGs about a scheme of beheaded, undead French aristocrats. It’s available on DriveThruRPG:
G+ may be going away but UFO Press continues on. Look forward to our next game – a crystal-infused fantasy take on Legacy, launching next month on kickstarter!
Originally shared by Jay Iles
Mysthea: Legends of the Borderlands launches on Kickstarter March 12th!
We have a big announcement at UFO Press! On March the 12th, we’re bringing Mysthea: Legends of the Borderlands to Kickstarter, with Douglas Santana Mota at the helm. In our adaptation of Legacy to Tabula Games’ setting, you’ll lead your own Guilds and…
Somewhere in the Pacific ocean is a small island, a few hundred miles off of the coast of the nearest continent.
Somewhere in the Pacific ocean is a small island, a few hundred miles off of the coast of the nearest continent. It’s not on any map or sea chart for some reason, and it has no lighthouse or signal beacons, yet there’s enough modern buildings for a hundred or so people on the only navigable beach front on the island. Everywhere else is too rocky to land a boat, and there’s no known airstrip. The island is heavily wooded and large enough to make exploration challenging. Only after the apocalypse do civilians come to live on the island, not knowing why this place is here.
So, what’s hidden? Nothing too grimdark that would result in people sealing the place off or running for their lives, nor should it be an automatic win for a post-apocalyptic community like an infinite source of electricity.
Dear Apocalyptioans, my dual mystery “It’s still Sparta” for Monster of the Week joined the Halloween sales on…
Dear Apocalyptioans, my dual mystery “It’s still Sparta” for Monster of the Week joined the Halloween sales on RPGnow in the last moment 🙂 It’s an experimental mystery where your players first play as ancient Spartan heroes in a gigantic flashback and then try to finish the Greeks’ monster hunting business as their usual Hunters. It’s always been great fun to run and play – please give it a try 🙂
Hey all! I wanted to share a draft of a PbtA game I’ve been working on and running. I’ve been pretty apprehensive about posting it here – but here we go!
The game is called “Promised Land” and it has evolved into what’s I’ve been calling a “Historical Supernatural Military Political Intrigue” RPG. It is set in antiquity, and draws on scriptural themes and setting elements. While I’ve been worried that the theme would not translate for my players, play-testing has gone really well!
I’d love to hear any opinions on it, especially from others who have experience with PbtA games.