Agent Denim is on a mission to stop the SOVAD global economic forum (held in Las Vegas) before the evil bankers and politicians take over the world. One by one, the evil and corrupt members of society will face justice at the hands of Denim. But they have their own plan to stop him. Is the world doomed or will corruption win?
Jack Knight, a failed horror writer, has been targeted for investigation. Recent communications with his agent and others indicate he may potentially be a threat or have access to information he should not have. A team of agents has been assigned to search his cabin and determine the source of his information. As the agents draw near, they have no idea what to expect inside. One thing is clear. This story is far from over.
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A pre-feudal Japanese oneshot about five people torn between the terrible weight of duty and the bonds of feeling between them: forced to choose what they will save, what they will give up, and what they will destroy.
This adventure was designed by Luke Jordan originally created for live play in a convention setting. The module features a custom resolution mechanic, with heavy emphasis on character-driven roleplay. The Actual Play was ran by RPPR’s “Most Innovative” GM, Bridget, at GenCon 2018, featuring veteran RPPR cast members and a few newcomers. Atmospheric and moody, this is RPPR at its best.
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A group of weary travelers are caught out in the rain. Stumbling through the darkness, they head to a nearby inn to wait out the storm. However, there they find corpses, strange things in the dark, and the oddest innkeeper they’ve ever met. Will they survive the Night of Blood?
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It’s been a long day’s travel, and the sun is just beginning to go down as you see an inn in the distance. As you draw closer, you see the sign of three feathers hanging outside, and notice that the place is unusually busy.
Inside, the inn is bustling. servants are hurrying to and fro, and the innkeeper is engrossed in conversation with a scribe who carries a visibly bulging purse. “Welcome,” he says at last, “I’m sorry to have kept you waiting for so long, but as you can see, we have a distinguished guest tonight—the Gravin Maria-Ulrike von Liebewitz of Ambosstein, no less…I hardly know whether I’m coming or going with it all. Now, then—you want a room? What am I saying, of course you do. Ah, excuse me again, I’ll only be a moment.” You wait for another few minutes as he directs a train of servants to the Gravin’s rooms. “So sorry,” he says as he returns to you, “It really is mad this evening.”
This scenario was run by Noah of the Maple Syrup, Blood Money podcast.