17th Century Minimalist: adventure folder
Five mini modules, perfect for one-shots and CON events.
Created for the 17th century minimalist system, but easily compatible with other old school games and systems.
- Wild Witch Chase plays with moral and religious beliefs. It is horrible and players should feel extremely guilty, if they play the module as intended.
- Ticking Time Bomb is a parody of mercantile wars. These were common, for instance, in Italy, divided into several conflicting city-states.
- Black Plague Now throws players into the horrors of 17th century plague. The 1348 Black Death remains unrivalled, but the 1600s saw some nasty cases.
- Hedge Death Maze hints at the lavish, baroque, wasteful and arrogant nobility, on the brink of being exceeded by a rising bourgeoisie.
- Finally, Cluster Fuck Inn flirts with secret societies, complots, alchemy and science, typical of the 1600s.
By Andre Novoa (writing) & Offworld Bogil Initiative (art) & Dyson Logos (maps)
Paperboard folder with FIVE mini adventures inside in postcard format.