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is the game which should not exist, but does. Come travel space and
sometimes time and explore the multiverse! Cyborg apes, space Nazis,
saints of the Early Church, godlike beings called the Oracles, and the
Easter Bunny. This RPG doesn't have it all, but it has all-but
Spacers mixes the old trappings of space opera
and a bit more recent
knowledge. If you’ve ever wanted to explore the solar system
beyond, fight creepy aliens with ray guns, or command a space-ship
speeding through the great unknown, this game is for you. Click here to blast off!
|Gangstas & Goblins|
Bumpies hate the Natives, while the golden elves laugh at everybody
because humans are too dumb to figure out where their gold comes from.
That gold comes from the Dwarf! Dwarves that control the media and
killed Pope Stephan. Mostly human cops are out there trying keep order
in a world at war with itself-- If a few hobgoblins have to die,
perhaps their Never-Never cousins can stop mugging everyone else for
their pot of gold and get off of welfare already.
Now while none
of the above should actually be taken seriously by anyone trying to
navigate life and deal with an ever-changing and unavoidably diverse
world, these sort of statements are all over the media every hour of
every day. This is the unwholesome miasma that permeates the culture of
the ethnics that are forced to come together while struggling to make
to a living in the uncertain economic climate of our times. It’s no
wonder the streets of this Street-Level setting can be so mean.
a person that lives in a rust-belt city in a part of town where we mix
things up every day at every bus stop, I’d like the readers to picture
the goblins as green-skinned, the hobgoblins mostly covered in fine
brown-spotted, golden-orange fur, and the human-like elf (including
dwarves and all the others) as being played by actors of all sorts of
real world ethnics. I will admit that I have hard time letting go of
having elf leprechauns with red-hair. My bias against soulless gingers
aside though, I hope that fantasists reading this takes the work as a
mind walk towards fixing problems not making more of them.
Assassins, pimps, pushers, and vampires making the world real.
Role-play on the hard streets of Egg City. And remember the Easter
Bunny hates you!
The Santa Lands
At one time this magical place was permanently attached to where
the Earth's North Pole was astronomically. Because of recent climatic
trends, it generally stays near the North Pole but not necessarily as
often as it used to. The area has since broken free and will magically
move to where ever the temperature is below freezing.
out the Red Bat playtest rules for only $0.80. One of the luxuries we
have in role-playing is the ability to step into a role that we do not
normally assume any other day. Whether we're glamorous and dashing or
staid and unassuming, in the world of Adventure Gaming everyone at the
table is a raging, ham-handed, barechested, and knuckle-brawling
egoist, hell-bent and hellbound to live out, vicariously, a heroic tale
that is epic in its proportions.
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wasn't one thing. No one can sit back and point to the end of the
world. There was no comet in the sky, no clarion bellowing from heaven
above, nor even the once expected waves of nuclear explosions all over
the globe. Everyone was actually ready for something like that. Well,
at least there were enough movies about the event that could be
collectively called "The End."
Glow is a role-playing setting for the Red Bat RPG
where players get to play mutated humans, intelligent animals,
self-aware machines, or even a projection of themselves in a world that
has gone totally mad. Characters can be archetypical adventurers in a
setting of new and strange creatures. They bear witness to technologies
gone wrong and multitudes of dystopian societies that are their result.
Red Bat Cthulhu
Imagine that it's all real. Imagine that all the hocus pocus, new-age,
psychic-phenomena stuff was for real. By delving deeper into the fabric
of the universe, folks could discover the unseen world of the esoteric
and phantasmagorical findings. These mysteries, once unraveled, can
help the seeker discover power barely imaginable to the normal person
or casual dabbler. All of these things are true, but they aren't
tokenbought prizes at a carnival. The secrets are true and they come at
Isle of the Five-Leaf Clover
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This one-of-a-kind pulp/steampunk adventure is another in the
continuing saga of Monk-Punk (Michael Larsen). Come join the Society
for Extra-Weird Affairs and travel the globe for adventure,
fun, and weirdness.
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years there was Tom's Adventure Gaming (TAG), and it was good. Some
would even say that it was awesome. TAG has served its purpose, as did
TROTT. Now it's time for a new logo. Check out Red Bat games and be
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