We’ve explored the rules of Palladium’s martial arts RPG, so there’s only one thing left to do: make some characters! Tom and Aaron join me as we try to figure out how to stat out various fictional characters. First off are Neil Breen from his first movie, Double Down, and the raccoon from Synnibarr. Palladium does allow crossovers from its other games, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Strangeness, so making a mutant raccoon is easy.
A house in a suburban neighborhood no longer fully exists in our universe. Something unnatural happened inside only a few hours ago. The local authorities have not yet responded or even realized something is amiss there.
The following map is meant as a resource for any modern horror game. Use it as the starting seed of a scenario or as a finale. The artifact behind the anomaly is left undescribed so it can be replaced with whatever fits for a particular game – a mystic tome, a high-tech device stolen from a government lab, or something else entirely.
The Finale of Bryson Springs, now with improved audio quality!