Monday, February 2, 2015

Beneath The Spire and Tunnels & Skulls released tonight!

One Day Digs 3 & 4 are here! Written by Brandon Goeringer and illustrated by yours  truly, this wicked, 18 page double feature is perfect for a one shot game, demo at a convention or store, or starting point for a home campaign.

 Here's the cover to the double feature..
 ODD 3-4 cover

And here is the accompanying text...

Back for more adventure?

Return to a world of post-apocalyptic gonzo adventure with One Day Digs Double Feature 3 & 4! This evening’s first flick is irresistible, especially to those cyborgs in your team! Beneath the Spire will electrify your PCs, then, after a short intermission, dim the lights for Tunnels & Skulls, a post-apocalyptic random sewer generator!

Designed for introductory games at conventions, game stores, and private home tables, One Day Digs are the brain child of author Brandon Goeringer and illustrated by Will McAusland. They are crafted to showcase a bit of The Mutant Epoch setting and flavor, introduce some creatures and relics, as well as offer an example of how the Outland System game mechanic works. For the most part, these adventures are for 4 to 6 new PCs of first rank. Not using the Mutant Epoch rules? No sweat, GM’s can easily convert the stats found in these mini-adventures to some other mechanic. 

Beneath the Spire is best suited to character parties with one or two cyborgs, and involves the investigation of a mysterious tower in the wastes, as well as the soothing promises to those of flesh and chrome, bone and steel. This adventure includes a full page map and new robotic nightmare to challenge your players.  

Tunnels & Skulls involves an assortment of adventure hooks, a random sewer tunnel generator, two gird sheets for your own sewer network maps, a random encounter table, d100 treasure table plus an all new creature (pictured on the cover).
The price for these fast paced missions fits your budget, too! You can pay whatever you want, including nothing at all. But if you like what you see, please throw a buck or two in the tip jar, and leave a review someplace. Brandon and I sure would appreciate it! 

Although a small product, they both have a full color cover image. I must say, after doing all the grayscale paintings for the bestiary, it was so much fun to do some color work again. Had a blast on these two very different scenes. 


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