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AN ODD UMERICAN 0-LEVEL FUNNEL ADVENTURE FOR EXPERIENCED JUDGES


WELCOME TO THE FANTAS-TI-PLEX! A lovely underground dystopian complex ruled by the ever beneficent Autocrat. Here all drones live in peace and prosperity, because the Autocrat says so. I mean, why would any of the drones doubt him, EVER. It is a perfect place to barely live and no one would EVER want to leave, right?

Slave-Drones of the Fantas-Ti-Plex is an alternate style 0-level funnel for Umerica—the gonzo postapocalyptic science-fantasy setting for the DCC RPG written by Reid San Filippo. Unlike a regular 0-level funnel, where players start with three to four 0-level PCs and try to keep one to two of them alive to level up, in the Slave-Drones of the Fantas-Ti-Plex players have only one 0-level PC to traverse a dystopian underground facility and each time that PC is killed, their consciousness is uploaded into a fresh, new copy of their physical body. Of course, each time they respawn the process goes perfectly without any flaws or mutations popping up, right? ...right? I’m sure it will be fine.

This product is compatible with the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game

 
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October 23, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on November 02, 2018.