August playtesting

Dice imageIf you are interested any of these games, please email me with the game you wish to playtest in the subject line.

 

 

The Dubai Reckoning

System: Night’s Black Agents

Author: John Adamus

Duration: Two sessions

Deadline: September 30th

Description:

Corporate espionage propels the agents to track down a missing husband, but all is not as it seems. An executive’s husband has been kidnapped, and she will trade information for his safe return. The agents must travel to Dubai to rescue the husband, only to discover that he set his wife up to take the fall, and that her financial statements are a red herring to throw the agents off the Conspiracy’s trail. So clearly, the husband has to be eliminated and the real records recovered.

Your Dead Eyes My Mirror

System: Fear Itself

Author: Karl Vezina

Duration: Two sessions

Deadline: September 30th

Description:

Chicago, 1975. The age of the grindhouse in the decaying downtown. A group of friends attend a grindhouse showing of a controversial giallo on its closing night. A savage murder occurs during the showing, amid electrical disturbances and supernatural phenomena.

The following days bring fresh horror, as the patrons discover that they are trapped in a surreal world mirroring the horrific film they saw. And something in that surreal world is stalking them, something methodical and unrelenting. Something that makes them all watch while it kills them one by one. Can the patrons find a way to fight back before they fall victim to a faceless terror or go mad from the horrors they are forced to witness?

Afterlife

System: Esoterrorists 2nd Edition

Author: Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan

Duration: 1 session

Deadline: September 30th

Description:

An infamous Esoterrorist just got picked up by the police of a small town in the middle of nowhere. You’ve got to collect him and babysit him until the Ordo Veritatis can extract him for interrogation. You know that he’s part of a cell of dangerous, power-obsessed would-be sorcerers – can you keep your prisoner alive until tomorrow?

Dying in the Name Of

System: Esoterrorists 2nd Edition

Author: Steve Dempsey

Duration: 1 session

Deadline: September 30th

Description:

The black metal band GoreShrine all died supposedly in a plane crash whilst on tour in the Mid-West before recording any albums. Their bootlegs recordings have become pretty popular on torrent sites, in particular Dread > Dead and Tear Down the Cathedral. However some new tracks have surfaced, and these have studio sound quality. Ordo Veritas suspects these might be related to a spate of teen deaths and whilst the techies keep taking down the tracks from the internet, the team must find the source of the problem before it GoreShrine goes viral.

Ice and Fire

System: Night’s Black Agents

Author: Steve Dempsey

Duration: 1 session

Deadline: September 30th

Description:

The Green Data Center at Asbru in Iceland is not the kind of place you want to be watching at 4 AM in February with six feet of snow on the ground and a wind chill temperature of -5 F. The only thing keeping you warm now is the large amount of Brennivin the local gun dealers gave you. But this is where Rousse SARL have been keeping the data from their stem cell research. Word is, someone is going to hit the place in a big way, and you want to get in there quick before all the good stuff is gone.

Truth & Reconciliation

System: Ashen Stars

Author: Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan

Duration: 1 session

Deadline: September 30th

Description:

Seven years ago, the Mohilar War ended. No-one can remember who the Mohilar were, or how they were defeated; the only testaments to their existence were the ravaged planets and shattered fleets left in their wake. The once-mighty Combine is still trying to pull itself out of the ashes. You’re Lasers – Licensed Autonomous Zone Effectuators, freelance police – and you’ve been hired to make sure that negotiations to rebuild the broken world of Demeter aren’t interrupted by local reactionaries and troublemakers. The war’s over; it’s time to build a new future.


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