The Playbooks for BLACKOUT, the game of civil defense!
This file contains all the printable materials you need to play; the five Identities, the five Roles, the Basic Moves, the Raid Clock, the Community Sheet, and the Home Office reference sheet.
You do need the game rulebook itself to know how to actually play, though! ... [click here for more]
I had an insane idea in the middle of the night again, so I wrote it!
Who here likes Rick and Morty? I sure do. I particularly liked the episode "Meeseeks and Destroy", just like everyone, because Mr. Meeseeks is really funny!
I got to thinking that "wanting to die" might a pretty good motivation for a character in an RPG, and Meeseeks are such simple characters... [click here for more]
This is basically a political card game. There's cards you want to end the game with, and every round you are making plans to vote cards out of play. Buy votes with promises, trade cards engage in backroom deals as you try to come out ahead while running the company into the ground. It doesn't take much to get in the mindset of a high-powered businessperson.
This free game is made possibly by my... [click here for more]
Based on terrible television I can't stop watching and the incredible Max Fun podcast, I bring you Pisskids and Ratbags, a Lasers & Feelings hack that delievers an authentic Bachelorette experience. ... [click here for more]
The Basic Playbooks contain the character sheets, random generator tables, and other printable resources you need to play PATROL: The Trench Raiders. This free download contains a number of character archetypes for regular play, the Solo Play archetype and NPCs, the No-Man's Land encounter chart, and printable status trackers, equipment sheets, roundel, and ammo trackers.
These charts will be continously... [click here for more]
Wizard Cops is a free RPG originally written as a demo for the ConnectiCon game design panel Cancel your Fantasy Heartbreaker: How to Actually Write that RPG. It's only a paragraph long, but it is used as an example how a very small number of rules can create very specific conflicts with controlled resolutions. People at the panel wanted to know where they could get it, so I'm putting it up... [click here for more]