Inside, you'll find a full treatment of Los Angeles as a city. This includes a handful of sample Rings with which your players' characters can backstab, love, suffer, or otherwise interact. We touch on various neighborhoods and bits of Los Angeles history, all flavored with a bit of style, and a bit of immortality. We've included a story ready to play with minimal preparation. Lastly, you'll find the... [click here for more]
God save the queen, because we’re too busy saving ourselves. The status quo is never the answer; it is always the problem. History is written by the victors. Since the past has been taken from us, we’re going to write the future. Afflict the comfortable. Comfort the afflicted. Always demand better. Complacency is humankind’s greatest enemy. Do not suffer the fate of the elves. Shed... [click here for more]
This is a supplement for the Farewell to Fear Progressive Post Fantasy RPG. But you do NOT need Farewell to Fear to benefit from this book. It has no hard rules in it; it's all setting, story hooks, and recipes. It's good reads, as Alton Brown might say.
Farewell to Foie Gras: Selected Logs in a Traveler’s Discoveries of Food and Drink across Arduise, Grand Culinary Traditions to Salve your... [click here for more]
Death has never looked so good Love them or hate them, the Daeva are the ones you die for. Tempters and priests, madonnas and horrors, these vampires feed on the blood and vices of the World of Darkness — and feed well. From the best parties to the worst parts of town, be seduced by the beautiful among the Damned. For the Succubi, a good-looking corpse is only the first step in the Danse... [click here for more]
This is Farewell to Fear, powered by Apocalypse World's engine.
It's not an exact copy; we're trying to do different things here. Whereas Farewell to Fear primarily deals with revolutions, Professor Anderssen's Revelation is more about uncovering secrets and changing minds and hearts. You can look to Farewell to Fear's description for a bit more about it.
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