I've been working on a little zine describing a small hexcrawl set in a post-apocalypse, probably for Cepheus Atom. I'll probably include stats for other RPGs as well.
Terra Incognita is a RPG about a secret society of science-heroes called NAGS - the National Archæological, Geographic, and Submarine Society. They travel the world solving mysteries, discovering artifacts, and having adventures. It's based on the FUDGE system. It's currently on sale at the Bundle of Holding site for the next few days. - FUDGE … Continue reading Terra Incognita: Fillable Character Sheet
I'm a big fan of In the Light of the Setting Sun (here's my modified character sheet) by Jon Davis, a Wild West hack of Tunnel Goons. It's a rules-light system Recently a Setting Sun Jam has been set up on itch.io to create new material for the game. I've made my own supplement to … Continue reading Thunder Lizards of the Lost Valley
Operation Unfathomable is a super-fun, gonzo OSR underground wilderness crawl by Jason Sholtis. I've run it a few times using the Black Hack OSR rules set. The book comes with ten pregenerated characters for Swords & Wizardry and other old-school D&D-style RPG. To make it easier for myself, I took the characters and converted them … Continue reading Operation Unfathomable: Black Hack Pregens
I finally got to run a one-shot of Cepheus Atom, Stellagama Games' post-apocalypse version of the Cepheus Engine. It's a fun, light little system designed to run Gamma World-style games using Traveller-style rules. Cepheus Atom doesn't have a built in setting, so I threw together the Shabby Lands, a small hexcrawl. I'm thinking of cleaning … Continue reading Cepheus Atom – Pregen Characters
This is the fifth in my series of capsule reviews of non-fiction books that would be useful or inspiring in RPGs – Weird Books for Gamers This 1979 book is pretty simple. It's a collection of over 100 black & white maps of fictional worlds from various fictional works. There's a short description for each. … Continue reading Weird Books for Gamers V: An Atlas of Fantasy by J.B. Post