December playtesting

Christmas dice imageIf you are interested any of these games, please email me with the game you wish to playtest in the subject line.

 

Shadows in Eldolan

System: 13th Age

Author: Cal Moore

Duration: 1-2 sessions

Deadline: 15th January

Description:
Shadows in Eldolan is an introductory adventure for the 13th Age game system. The adventure’s objective is to provide a GM with a fun and interesting plot with easy-to-run battles that will challenge the players, while providing strong story elements that fit with the design concepts and use of icons in the 13th Age system. The adventure also gives the GM a town setting near the Archmage’s city of Horizon in the Dragon Empire to use as a source of adventure and intrigue for the PCs.

The New World

System: The New World

Author: Bill White

Duration: 3-4 sessions

Deadline: 31st January

Description:
The New World is a story-telling game about cultures in collision, and about the struggles of the people who are caught up in the middle of that clash. It is “slipstream” history, not quite fantasy or science fiction but not quite mainstream either, characterized by a cavalier impatience with the specifics of historical detail in favor of a license for the active exercise of the historical imagination. To play the game, players invent or choose a quasi-historical setting—an alternate reality, a parallel Earth, or a historical pastiche—to be the backdrop against which their characters strive to achieve ambitions that will allow them to bequeath some sort of legacy to the world they will leave behind them.

 

Mythos Expeditions – Served Cold

System: Trail of Cthulhu

Author: Jeff Tidball

Duration: 1-2 sessions

Deadline: 15th January

Description:

Langdon Gibson, a marksman and ornithologist, died six days ago on his acreage in the Catskills. It was an attack of some kind, quite bloody. Another man, Frederick Cook, also died gruesomely, in Danbury, Connecticut some months ago. Gibson and Cook had a common link, in that both been involved in the Arctic expeditions of the famous explorer Robert Peary, who mounted a number of expeditions to explore Greenland and the North Pole. Is this a coincidence, or did something unspeakable happen in the polar ice?

Shadows in Eldolan


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