In a grimdark post-apocalyptic Earth, a horde of goblins from a fantasy realm thrive. Exiled from their own universe, the goblins fight, explore, and aggravate the other surviving beings. One such band of goblins has been recruited for a quest to carry an ancient artifact to a distant place of power. Will the goblins overcome the strange monsters and vicious enemies between them and their goal? Will they even remember to finish the quest?
The Gate 9 team needs to check out a recently discovered base. It has a vast menagerie of genetically engineered fighting animals conditioned to obey the orders of the adolescents that capture them and use them for pit fighting. It’s been sealed off since Ragnarok, so no one knows how bad it’s gotten since then.
In the chaos of World War 1,the Serbian army evacuated to the Greek islands after a death march through Albania, losing over a hundred thousand soldiers in the process. The survivors were scattered across the islands, most barely alive. Months later, the army regrouped at Corfu but teams were sent out to the other islands to find any stragglers. One team of six soldiers, barely recovered from typhus and starvation, is sent to the island of Paxos. From there, they hitch a ride on a fishing boat to the even smaller island of Antipaxos. What they find may even be more deadly than the frontlines…
Thanks to Adam Scott Glancy of Pagan Publishing for running this scenario at Gen Con 2017!
Trey and Saul each have a goal that takes them to the New York Underground and the rest of the crew tags along. Trey wants an Ideal Teleporter to upgrade the Brass Door. Saul wants to consult with Charon, the mythical ferry keeper and possibly the most powerful supernatural being on the planet. Between shrink rays and wandering ghouls, both team members have their work cut out for them!
The Gate 9 crew find themselves in the middle of the civil rights for non-humans struggle. A massive rally is being held in Chicago, near the Brass Door and the team must do what they can to prevent any violence from breaking out. The government wants to stop or discredit the protestors, of course, but countering them without getting out a public fight is easier said than done.