Welcome to the Grim Hunt! Lead your adventuring party into an intriguing chase through the streets of a distant port city, where the greatest challenge will be to tell your allies from your enemies. Grim Hunt is an adventure for Dungeon World in which the heroes hunt for a spy, before they can flee the kingdom with secrets that will start a great and terrible... [click here for more]
A tabletop role-playing game of swindlers and street fighters, of love, hate and community – in the last days of imperial Brazil. Find out more, including information on print options, at www.porcupinegames.com/malandros
About the Game
Rio de Janeiro at the end of the 19th century: a city of slums and palaces, street gangs and tycoons, magic charms and outlawed martial arts. Cunning, bohemian... [click here for more]
London’s East End, 1897 — a Malandros supplement by Paula DempseyDown Paradise Row provides everything you need to bring your game to the old East End of London with this mini-supplement about ne'er-do-wells and honest folk, whether Cockney born-and-bred or from further afield.
This PDF contains:
Overview: London 1897
Ethnicities... [click here for more]
A Malandros setting supplement by Mark Galeotti
In 1991 the Soviet Union collapsed, and everything was up for grabs. In the industrial city of Krasnoyarsk, while the big beasts of the new gangster-businessman world fight it out for control of the local aluminium industry, corrupt cops, ambitious politicians, hustlers, thugs, and even a few idealists struggle to thrive and... [click here for more]
A setting supplement for Malandros, usable with any system.
Sao Roque is a district in Rio de Janeiro where rich and poor live side by side. The PDF includes 12 major characters and details their often fractious relationships with the other eleven, with stats to use them as PCs in Malandros.
Also included are a cast of supporting NPCs, 24 story seeds and a brief guide... [click here for more]
June 1928. East Sydney has another name: Razorhurst.
The districts of Darlinghurst, King’s Cross, Woolloomooloo and Surry Hills are a warren of sprawling slums and ramshackle, rat-infested terraces, home to violent criminals, whores, alcoholics, drug addicts and anyone too poor to move somewhere nicer. It’s a place where you can indulge all your vices. The swirl of... [click here for more]