Inspired by a conversation I found online, and wanting badly to play a game set in the world of John Wick, I decided to reskin Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf. Many thanks to Matthew J. McPherson for his fun, simple framework. You can play John Wick, Retired as serious or as silly as you want. Download it here: John Wick, Retired
I'm a big fan of the sci-fi post-apocalyptic setting, and The CW's "The 100" struck me as a particularly good one. I also think it lends itself to a good game world if you expand it to include factions and ruins exploration. Sort of a "The 100" meets "The Morrow Project", "Aftermath!", or even "Gamma World", when played less-gonzo. So here I present my fan project, just-for-fun, Barbarians of Lemuria: The 100 game! This first link takes you to my The 100 Setting Primer, all fluff and pretty pictures, for those who need a refresher on the world or have never seen the show. Spoilers ahead: The 100: the Game Setting Primer
This link takes you to the master doc with rules for playing in the world of The 100, using the Barbarians of Lemuria rules system: The 100: the Game If you've never watched the show, get past the first three episodes and you'll be hooked. If you're already a fan of the show, I hope the setting I've created here will allow you to run games in the exciting, dangerous world of The 100!
I wrote a simple, introductory scenario for The Black Hack roleplaying game. Tried to keep it low on details and description; when I ran it myself, it was fast and full of action. So here you go: The Black Sword of Shem The far western coast of Aquilonia, in the hot, bustling, port town of Vanandi, at a tavern and gambling hall.
The characters have been traveling together, and have blown all their wealth on booze and gambling. They are hung over, and they are in debt. The Honorable Senior Magistrate Vilerius arrives to the tavern, of which is he part-owner, with a squad of veteran spearmen. They surround the party, and the Magistrate holds an improvised court. "You are in debt. Debt is not allowed. I won't throw you in prison, indefinitely, if you'll head down the coast, past Zingara and Argos, to Shem. Bring me back the Sword of Justice. You can keep anything else you find in the tomb."