Webworld: A mini-review and custom character sheet for the post-spiderpocalypse RPG

I've just run a one-shot of Webworld, the spidery post-apocalypse RPG from NeonRot The Setting Webworld's setting is an arachnid nightmare. Giant spiders of various types have conquered the Earth, blanketing it in sticky webbing. Civilization has collapsed, and the few survivors huddle in underground shelters, occasionally creeping out to scavenge for food and supplies. … Continue reading Webworld: A mini-review and custom character sheet for the post-spiderpocalypse RPG

DoubleZero: Second Edition review and my custom character sheet

DoubleZero is a RPG for modern era action\adventure games by Berin Kinsman. It’s particularly suited to the Spy or Thriller genres. I’ve been playing around with it for a bit, and thought I’d post some thoughts along with a custom character sheet. The Format DoubleZero, like all of the titles published by Lightspress Media uses … Continue reading DoubleZero: Second Edition review and my custom character sheet

The Bone Age: Mini-Review and custom character sheet for a science fantasy OSR game

I've been playing around with the Bone Age by Bill Edmunds. It's an interesting little science fantasy OSR setting and system. Players are stone age humans, struggling to survive on an strange world where alien races war for dominance.. The System The system itself is pretty simple. Characters have six stats - Agility, Constitution, Instinct, … Continue reading The Bone Age: Mini-Review and custom character sheet for a science fantasy OSR game

OneDice Pulp: Mini-Review and Custom Character Sheet for a pulp adventure RPG.

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.

Helm: A mini-review and character sheet for a low fantasy game

I recently ran a session of Helm, the new OSR system from Jon Davis (sivads-sanctum.itch.io). It's a genuinely fun little system, very much worth picking up. Here's some system notes and a couple of character sheets. Making Characters The character generation system is quite unique. You roll a 1d6 for each body location - Head, … Continue reading Helm: A mini-review and character sheet for a low fantasy game

Warlords of Atlantis: Character sheets for the Barbaric! setting

Barbaric! There's an interesting low fantasy RPG, based on the Cepheus Engine system, called Barbaric! from Stellagama Publishing. It's a much lighter, quicker version of the whole 2d6/Cepheus/Traveller style of game. There isn't any career lifepath system and the stats have been completely replaced with a common set of seven skills. It's somewhat closer to … Continue reading Warlords of Atlantis: Character sheets for the Barbaric! setting

Leafpunk: Mini-review and character sheets for a vegetational Troika! setting

I recently ran a one-shot of Troika! using the Leafpunk (DrivethruRPG) setting by J. Kap. It's a great, strange little setting, full of fun ideas. Here's what it's about: A post-apocalypse world overrun with greenery, over a thousand years in the future. The ecosystem is dominated by plant life.Other than humans, there are few or … Continue reading Leafpunk: Mini-review and character sheets for a vegetational Troika! setting