Since the Anne Rice's The Vampire Lestat came out our group has been futzing with the idea of vampirism and lycanthropy as regular diseases as opposed to occult happenings (which the Vampire Chronicles gravitated back to). It has been a fun exercise, and the result is this two-pager (with sample tracking charts) that gives a genre-independent method for implementing a non-run-of-the-mill bout of vampirism... [click here for more]
This is a game-independent scenario for the classic "crossing of lines" military scenario. It allows you to place two to six players, each with their own squad, in an environment of ambiguity and second-guessing. The base scenario has good replay value and a handful of variants are provided to allow you to shake things up a little more. ... [click here for more]
This is a free scenario that lets 3-5 players battle it out in a (creepy) industrial enivornment. It is set up for our free Quick Intermediate Level Skirmish rules, but you should be able to substitute "equal" teams from other systems fairly easily after reading the descriptions of the teams.
The scenario includes:
Seven pages of rules
Three example factory set ups
Eight pages of... [click here for more]
St. Trinian's School for Young Ladies has somehow stumbled across some information of value to a shadowy pseudo-government organization. These "Men in Black" are en route, fully armed with the latest technology, to take the data away from little school girls. I feel sorry for them. Which ones? Well, that's up to you to decide.
This is a simple two-sided scenario, where a small team... [click here for more]
The Howling Desert provides you a genre- and system-independent scenario that lets your adventurers brave it against a flesh-rending sand storm. The scenario has a number of options, to let you customize it for your gaming system of choice. It also has team stats for Quick Intermediate Level Skirmish (QILS), our free gaming system, to let you beat your best friends up right away.
This .pdf contains:... [click here for more]