At the designer's request, I've created a fillable character sheet for Lightning League, an action/adventure pulp RPG by Robert Garitta. The players are two-fisted heroes in the pulp tradition, who are all members of the Lightning League, "an Internationalorganization of inventors, explorers and heroes", operating in the years after WWII. The default setting is the … Continue reading Lightning League: A Character Sheet for a Pulp RPG
Over on my Pulp Gamer RPG blog, I've posted a mini-review and a custom character sheet for the Pulp Hack - an OSR based pulp adventure game. The Pulp-Hack: Mini-review and custom Character Sheet
There's a fun little use universal RPG system by Cakebread & Walton called the OneDice system. The OneDice system The basic mechanic is simple - you roll a single six-sided die (hence the name), and add the appropriate ability score (Strong, Clever, or Quick), plus any skill levels. The result must beat a particular Target … Continue reading OneDice Pulp: Mini-Review and Custom Character Sheet for a pulp adventure RPG.
In a previous post, I made some modified versions of paper miniatures by the artist Scarecrow, Over on Cardboard Warriors, the forum for creators of paper miniatures, the artist Scarecrowmade a PDF of paper minis repesenting the cybermen from the TV show Doctor Who. Now I've taken another miniature by Scarecrow, this time troopers with … Continue reading Pulp Villain Soldier 2 – Paper Miniatures (Flamethrower troops)
Over at Cardboard Warriors, the forum for creators of paper miniatures, I've taken some pulp bad-guy soldiers originally created by the user Scarecrow, and made some modifications. I've added backs and made a full PDF sheet of them. I've also included a cutfile for Silhouette and compatible paper cutters. Pulp Stormtroopers PDF & Cutfiles (Dropbox … Continue reading Pulp Villain soldiers – Paper Miniatures
Cross-posted from my pulp RPG blog – Pulp Gamer
Given the prevalence of boxers and ex-boxers in pulp fiction. I’ve found it useful to keep these boxing jargon dictionaries handy whenever I run a pulp game:
The image is from Circus Fists (link to actual story) – a fun Robert E. Howard story about his boxing sailor hero Sailor Steve Costigan.
Costigan would make an excellent PC in any pulp game.
I've made another fillable RPG character sheet - this time for the Night Owl Games' RPG Raiders of the Lost Artifacts. I've put it on my other pulp-related RPG blog: PULP GAMER: Raiders of the Lost Artifacts – Fillable Character Sheet