I'm glad I made time for John Carter of Mars. Barsoom is a fantastic setting, and the Modiphius writing team have done it justice. The adaptation of 2d20 feels spot on too.
While The Doctor is at full power, it is the rather hapless baddie that is my favourite. He/it looks like you might find threatening a planet in Dragon Ball.
The world is a lie.
Christopher Zito's "The Mollu" is a four-paged D&D 5e supplement from the DMs Guild that only costs a Dollar.
Inspired by stock art available on the DM's Guild and DrivethrurRPG, and 111 pages long, Villains & Lairs is a D&D 5e supplement chock full of villains.
There might be vampires that hunt blood and the agony of werewolves unable to control the curse, but I think, in any Liminal game, there will always be the sense it could get even worse.
It may be a simple system, but it requires patience. It's also true to say that only a selection of books in Audible's vast library is on offer any one time.
Capharnaum is a fantasy roleplaying game set in a world inspired by Arabian nights, Argonauts and adventure. The game is not a historical setting RPG or even an alternative history RPG, it’s complete fantasy, and that becomes important if you start to think about cultural appropriation, sexism, the role of religion and a whole bunch of other ‘spicy subjects’.
I'm reminded of crazy Japanese game shows that have incredible build-ups and drama only for the contestant to fall off the log.
If this story begins as a glimpse of an idyllic life before the war, then it becomes the telling of how awful life became during the war.