A Dark Future is one of the most omnipresent themes in science fiction and fantasy literature, films, and games. From the grim futures postulated by H.G. Wells in The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine, to the dystopian societies described by Aldous Huxley in Brave New World and George Orwell in 1984, to the post-apocalyptic worlds of The Walking Dead and Suzanne... [click here for more]
Vampires, zombies, Bigfoot, and every other sort of “Children of the Night” can be found in d∞ Volume #3! Its contents include a self-standing card game, an interview with an industry luminary, a zombie survival guide, a complete adventure dual-stat’ed Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Live, lots and lots of monsters, and more!
Volume #3 Contents
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To mangle a paraphrase from John Donne, no mutant is an island — unless your mutant is an island. And even then it probably does not live entirely alone. Whether you are part of a community or a party of adventurers, Ancient philosophers from the Liver Pool had it right: everyone gets by with a little help from their friends. When two or more different species help each other, the cooperation... [click here for more]
The science fiction equivalent of magical potions and elixirs, drugs and medications are similarly treasured. Because of widespread use by the Ancients, chemical compounds of all sorts can be found almost anywhere: in ruined bases, villains' caches, or within the junk hoarded by mutant monsters. These potent pharmaceuticals can bring a character back from the brink of death, or provide enough of an... [click here for more]
No matter what your choice of post-apocalyptic game, plants usually get the hind bud. And, unfortunately, Mutant Future is no exception. Although the core rulebook has example mutant plants and many plant mutations, there just are not enough of either. This is especially true considering that our world has many more plants than animals.
Wisdom from the Wastelands is dedicated... [click here for more]