A group of drug addicts are thrown into a strange world beyond their comprehension! Omri, Mitchum Cleary and a rotating cast of wanderers travel across Dreamlands looking for a way home. Listen to the campaign here if you missed it the first time.
A discussion of tactical blowguns during a Blades in the Dark game got me thinking about mall ninjas. A mall ninja is a person who loves ‘tactical’ gear, weird knives and useless accessories for firearms. I got Birk, Noah, and Baz together to look through some Shadowrun and Cyberpunk source books to find the equipment most suitable for mall ninjas in our world.
Patsy has depicted our vampire-slaying hijinks for this month’s illustration.
“Here in their secret hideout/boat cabin, surrounded by trophies, research materials and assorted gangster supplies, the ‘Ronin’ are combining their skills to hatch another incredibly ambitious and over-complicated heist plan.
From left- Shinji the ascended-fanboy hacker, Ito the soft-spoken former Yakuza, Haru the iron-willed mastermind, Kazuo the Reverb-addicted forger, and Shiro the ex-CIA badass.
Many thanks owed, of course, to Crazon/@reviewcultist for the original character designs.”
After seeing Hamilton, I’ve realized that RPGs have yet to conquer the musical. I assembled some musical experts (Michelle, Aaron, and David) to discuss turning a RPG scenario into a musical. I picked Nightsiders, an adventure from Dark Conspiracy because it has zombies and it’s been a while since we’ve looked at Dark Conspiracy.
Patsy has immortalized our Wild Talents campaign, the Heroes of New Arcadia:
“Young summoner The Martyr, with the ever-helpful Balgron; the totally-legit superhero Zero-Shift, bamfing in just in the nick of time as ever; The deadly robot assassin R.A.M., otherwise known as the distressed man-in-a-can Ho-Bot, the homeless robot; Deceased super-scientist Phantom Mech, flawlessly disguised in a fedora and trenchcoat; Median, the construction worker cursed with alien robot hands, struggling to use his cell phone; and Chirop the man-bat, enjoying a latte while swinging his favoured weapon, the air-conditioning unit. Will they prevail against a shadowy conspiracy of gangsters, super-soldiers, evil Scandinavians,and forces darker still?”
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I had an idea for a silly party game about making up bad tabletop games and then giving them as gifts. I invited Birk, Caleb, Aaron, Noah, Thad, and Baz to playtest it. I used bad movies as a theme for the game.
Palladium is still out there, publishing new books. I rounded up Birk, Tom, and Rob from the Orpheus Protocol to examine their latest offering, Rifts Bestiary Volume One. It’s mostly reprinted monsters from older books, but they’ve sprinkled in some new ones.
News: We are still doing weekly livestreams on the Discord! Sometime later this month we will be screening my movie, Motor Home from Hell. Stay tuned for details!
Patsy has brought our most popular Delta Green campaign to life in this stunning image!
To be specific, agents, from left: ex-cartel enforcer Klaus Jimenez; Astrophysicist Neil Shell, just before getting crushed by the abyssal sea; Agent Alex Moore; Agent Arthur Provost; Doctor Kamarov; Agent Domnhall Kellogg (with Aidan making an appearance alongside), Dr. Lydia Cantrell, Prof. Herbert Winkel, and Agent Alan Harper.
Below, we have, top row: A very ominous white poodle; Sorcerous drug entrepreneuse Chi Binh; The monstrous Russian cultist known only as ‘Grandma and her colleagues, attended by adorable household pets; and the burnt ‘Hello Kitty’ binder that started it all (She’s a cat! Like Bast! I finally get it!).
Bottom row: A very upset black bear; Conradin’s cult of alligator-humanoids; Nyarlathotep, in his guise as an overly-touchy motocross rider; the nameless predator, who hunts even the Gods themselves; The King in Yellow, with his personal phone app; and Claramonda, the friendly neighbour who may or may not actually be a giant spider.
I recently found out that a RPG based on the movie Iron Sky is in production. The developer posted a 6400 word example of play on a Kickstarter update. I invited Caleb, Birk, and Rob from the Orpheus Protocol to analyze the rules given in the example. We also talk about the TV Tropes page about the Divided States of America, which increasingly feels relevant today.
Check out the Orpheus Protocol today if you haven’t already.
News: Our next RPPR Livestream video watching party is on May 17 at 2 pm CST on the RPPR Patreon Discord. See you there!