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BUNKER is set on a far-future, post-apocalyptic Earth. The party begins their adventure in a small town called THE MOUNDS, where civilization has begun to rebound from cataclysm, but awareness of the greater earth is still a mystery. The growing settlement, surrounded by the eight huge grassy bulges, teeters toward civic advancement and progress, ignorant of the strange secrets that lay dormant beneath their feet.

***This adventure continues the story from Bunker #1***

The mysterious Lord Ulstomb has coaxed the party to explore a strange cave that has been uncovered and unlocked, with promises of treasure and prosperity for the town on success, and a veiled threat in the case of failure. Encountering horrific mutations, gross opulence, and dark magical powers, the party must find their way through this strange Bunker, leaning on their wits and defenses along the way to unravel the mystery, and hopefully not die trying.

BUNKER is made to run with any system! It offers a few optional bespoke mechanics, but is primarily setting, story, and other worldbuilding elements.

Made possible by a successful Kickstarter during Zinequest 2 with over 500 backers, BUNKER #2 is the second part of of a two-part adventure. The next adventure, taking place in a different part of the Bunker setting, will be released in the Fall of 2020.

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