Brian Shutter asked for $4,500 to bring us the Neon Lords of the Toxic Wasteland, and the indie RPG scored that much in three days. Right now, with 26 days on the clock, there’s nearly $7,000 in the bank.
The game is described as an ultra-violent and styles matters tabletop roleplaying game that expands Black Hack rules and oozes 80s nostalgia. You can find out more about it, or pledge, at the Kickstarter page.
Mutants ‘n’ mullets in a post-apocalyptic Earth that’s evolved to mix magic and science. Neon Lords of the Toxic Wasteland makes no apologies for being random, bloody and steeped in cassette futurism.
Rules include hairs style selection that can help or hinder your adventures. Sometimes you’re better off with a mohawk.
Character classes include, but are not limited, to the Brutacorn (a biomechanical bi-corn), the Cosmic Barbarian (who snorts stardust), the Skull Jammer and War Wizards.
The book will arrive with no less than 100 monsters from this neon future.
If you pledge $1, then you’re the scum of the wasteland, but you’re there in spirit.
At $20 you’re upgraded to Neon Apprentice and inline to get the PDF of the Neon Lords of the Toxic Wasteland core rulez.
The hardcover is yours, complete with the PDF, for $35 but for $45 you’ll get the limited edition Kickstarter cover.
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