They’re waiting for you in dark, dusty places, in places where people have been killed, or where people will be killed. Waiting for you to put the needle to the groove in the slowly revolving wax cylinder. Waiting for you to push down the tray holding the videocassette and press the large square play button. … Read moreDead Media – A Sourcebook for In Dark Alleys
The Man Burns is the first sourcebook for Seeker the role playing game. The Man Burns describes the annual Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert and all the dangers, adventures, mysteries and weirdness that seekers may encounter there. The Man Burns features in depth information about Burning Man, suitable for use with any RPG, … Read moreThe Man Burns
Vajra settings are often described, by Vajra’s creators, players and reviewers, as “dark.” In fact, Vajra’s official mission statement says that we specialize in “creating unique, nuanced, compelling, darkly fascinating settings in the science fiction, fantasy and horror genres.” However, there is no agreed-upon definition of “dark” in this context. Some people use dark to … Read moreWhat is "Dark"?
The worlds of Vajra Enterprises are designed to be dark, dangerous, scary, full of secrets, often unpleasant and often unfair. And all the worlds of Vajra Enterprises have been designed to try to make it so that everyone gets to be a badass. We’ve tried to make it explicit that poor people, people of color, … Read moreIn Vajra Worlds Everyone Gets to be a Badass
It is dangerous Danger makes things exciting: makes people have to be careful and pay attention to what they do. There has to be a wide-reaching danger of characters dying or something just as bad happening to them. It takes place in a unique society… The culture, beliefs, history, laws, technology, etc. should be something … Read moreWhat makes a good Vajra setting?
In the world of In Dark Alleys, pleasant façades hide terrible secrets, and there is no more pleasant façade than that of the happiest amusement park in the world. Hiding behind the smiling faces, cotton candy, princesses, rides and fantastic décor, there are creatures that hunt us, people who experiment on us, powers-that-be who watch … Read moreThis is a Dark Ride 2nd Edition
Occupying Force (free PDF) is a series pitch for Robin D. Laws’ DramaSystem. In Occupying Force, players play American soldiers and their allies in Hell. Hell has recently been liberated by the American government and the soldiers and their allies are trying to bring capitalism and democracy to Hell while fighting off insurgents. Occupying Force … Read moreOccupying Force: A DramaSystem Series Pitch
In early version of Price of Power, the Income for Corp Borgs was missing. The income is $2,500 +$250 per week. This has been corrected in all versions purchased after 2/28/15.
This is a selection of starting Tibet characters, suitable for using in convention play. Bhuchung Sonam (Kagyupa) Dhondup Lobsang (Yellow Hat) Norbu Tsomo (Dobdob) Norzom Nyima (Oracle) Sandeep Kumaraswami (Foreigner) Thomas Muller (Foreigner) Tsomo Dawa (Ascetic) Wangmo Dorjee (Sorcerer)
Here’s Vajra’s submission to the Rentpunk Game Jam. It uses the Fate Accelerated Edition rules to tell stories about roomies trying to make the rent in the world of Fates Worse Than Death. Game PDF Character Sheets