Having a pre-made adventure can really make a GM’s life that much easier. Even if you don’t go through the scenario directly, they’re usually a treasure trove of information about a new location, along with different NPCs, gear, and encounter tables you can use whenever. Gamma Turquoise: Santa Fe Starport is a new adventure designed for Alpha Blue and Crimson Dragon Slayer, but is mostly system-neutral, so you can use it with any sci-fi or post-apocalyptic RPG you might want to use. It’s available now.
About the scenario:
This is a location-based scenario that goes a fair distance into campaign setting territory. Lots of random tables, fantastic artwork, humorous sleaze, obscure film/TV references, and freewheelin’ adventure.
While it’s perfect for using with Alpha Blue and Crimson Dragon Slayer, most of the content is system neutral for any RPG. Use this with your gonzo fantasy, scifi, or post-apocalyptic RPG of choice. If you just want to borrow bits and pieces, there’s plenty of material to steal.
Gamma Turquoise: Santa Fe Starport also comes with a map of the area, plans for The Sidewinder land vehicle, and layout of the starport itself. These are separate (giant) files that can be printed out on a large scale.
Not only is this offensive, it’s also well-written and gorgeously laid out in southwestern post-apocalyptic shades of awesomeness! And did you see that cover? Go look at it again. It’s (censored) badass! This book is quite possibly the greatest thing that Glynn Seal and I have ever created. Yeah, it’s that good.