We have released a new product!
We felt that there were a couple of elements that we wanted to add to ‘Still Life and Death’ without re-editing the book.
As such, we have released a free/pay what you want 42 page add-on book.
The book contains Veteran and Seasoned versions of eight different characters, for a grand total of 16 possible characters.
Each character has a two page character sheet (there is also a blank page for you to add any additional information, Edges, or gear they may gain during play).
They have a full colour photo, background, and roleplay style section. Each also has a section helping newer players to learn how to use their Edges during play.
The characters are as follows:
Lady Eleanor Reese – Kind Hearted Socialite
Bruno Bunt – Aging Former Boxer on a Quest
Moira Tavistock – Thief and Con Artist
Daniel Gabstone – Persuasive Businessman On A Mission
Patrick Lexx – Ex-Army Private Investigator
James Corinth – Kind Hearted Private Investigator
Peter Irons – Wealthy Outsider With A Tragic Past
Stan Brickley – Retired Former Police Officer Who Refuses To Quit
These characters have been created to provide everything a team of investigators will need, from healers to fighters, socialites to intimidating brutes, etc.
These characters are perfect for use in ‘Still Life and Death’, but can easily be used for any other game you want too.
There is also a bizarre looking flier that can be given to the party as a handout when they investigate Jane’s house. The flier has been created using public domain images that are either directly copied from, or inspired by, genuine Victorian style images.
The flier has been designed to look like it’s been created on an old style, basic hand cranked printing press.
It should look strange, and give the party a feeling that something is wrong with anyone who would crete such a flier to advertise their business.
We hope you enjoy the new product.
You can download it from our store, or the DrivethruRPG store, and if you enjoy them then please leave us some positive feedback – feedback is incredibly useful to small companies like ours – many people won’t buy a product until someone else has reviewed it.