The enemy have taken over a small university campus, fortified it as a base, and appear (from satellite photos) to be keeping human shields (POWs and civilians) scattered around the place to discourage your side from shelling the crap out of it. They also might – without realising it – have got their hands on a prisoner with huge propaganda value. The PCs’ mission is to sneak to where... [click here for more]
Far off the beaten track, deep in the tundra, miles from anything of strategic significance… the enemy have a base. The PCs are sent to sneak in and find out who is stationed there and what on earth the place is for. And, of course, to deal with anything nefarious and underhanded the enemy is up to. (Steal it, sabotage it or blow it into tiny pieces).
Project Obsidian is a system agnostic... [click here for more]
Someone keeps getting a weapons lock – or worse, actual missile hits – on aircraft overflying an agricultural area. The PCs’ company is sent to track the culprits down and make them see the error of their ways (with extreme prejudice), whilst simultaneously trying to deal with dodgy locals and angry aliens.
Sector 37 is a system agnostic (i.e. systemless) military... [click here for more]
There’s a big hydroelectric dam up in the mountains. Intelligence thinks the enemy might make an attempt to destroy it – either by direct assault or terrorist sabotage. The people who work and live immediately downstream would prefer that a squillion tons of watery death did not come their way! It’s the turn of the PCs’ platoon to do some dam protection. Oh, and you have some... [click here for more]
Squaddies: The USE-Akurran War is a system agnostic setting and background for military science fiction RPGs. The accompanying series of Squaddies scenarios have deliberately had a certain amount of this setting pared out of them, so you can slot them into your own campaign setting. If however, you need a setting for your military science fiction RPG, then here is a guide to that universe,... [click here for more]
Intelligence said there is no enemy activity in the area. Guess what? Intelligence is wrong! The PCs’ troop transport is shot down in the middle of nowhere and they have to get themselves and their wounded to an extraction point. Preferably without being shot by enemy scouts or eaten by alien wildlife.
This is a system agnostic, military science fiction scenario. It provides plot, maps, NPC... [click here for more]