Our sample outline of an Aftermath series continues with more capsule scenario concepts. Start here if you missed Part One. It Came From the Bronx Park Zoo The team probes the shudder-inducing secrets of this experimental Castaigne regime creature hybridization facility. A sapient ex-subject might support itself by acting as a hired assassin, or seek […]
A Foe for The Yellow King Roleplaying Game Mixed into tattoo ink, water from the dark lake of Hali does more than achieve a richness of black tone unavailable from terrestrial pigments. It transforms the tattoo recipient into a sleeper agent for the King and his court. The magic inherent in the tattoo remains dormant […]
In the latest episode of their geodesic podcast, Ken and Robin talk bringing back recurring villains, Buckminster Fuller, creepity animals for the Yellow King RPG, and Operation Gladio.
In the latest episode of their ink-spattered podcast, Ken and Robin talk choices in published scenarios, the figures who inspired King Arthur, Sarah Bernhardt’s Sphinx, and UFO aliens’ love of New Mexico.
A column about roleplaying by Robin D. Laws The series frameworks for The Yellow King Roleplaying Game continue with a dive into ideas for your Aftermath game. Check out previous installments: Paris Part One and Part Two, and The Wars, Part One and Part Two. As before, treat this as a starter for your own […]
A column about roleplaying by Robin D. Laws This picks up where last month’s column left off, sketching out the second half of a Wars sequence for The Yellow King Roleplaying Game. Espionage Build a change of pace episode by injecting some wartime spycraft into the proceedings. For example: Military intelligence concludes that a mole […]
In the latest episode of their entirely surpelagic podcast, Ken and Robin talk simulation vs. emulation, dark fish, the Queen in Yellow, and the Brazilian vampire UFOs known as chupas.
In the latest episode of their reliable, well-secured podcast, Ken and Robin talk running for loose cannon characters, Bush Wars in Fall of DELTA GREEN, the Belle Époque Paris morgue, and Chicago’s floating clamshell baby.
A column about roleplaying by Robin D. Laws Previously in See Page XX, I laid out a two part sample outline for a Yellow King RPG: Paris series. By popular demand, I’m now going to do the same for the next of the game’s four sequences, The Wars. As before, this is a starter framework […]