Crafty Games has released the latest adventure for Fantasy Craft, their D20/OGL derived fantasy RPG. Not only is this adventure supported by an audio soundtrack and set terrain pieces, it’s been optimized to run in one or two game sessions (or one convention time slot). It’s got wyverns, goblins, cultists and a demon, plus the eponymous keep.
A certain 1980s action toy/cartoon property was recently remade into a live-action movie that was so bad it almost destroyed all possible nostalgia for the mindless fun of that era. The sad thing is, that doesn’t even narrow it down enough: I’m talking about the G.I. Joe movie. Anyway, Crafty Games is here to restore your faith in colored lasers, modern military conflicts involving ninjas and battlecry/catch-phrases: “Yooooooooo H.E.R.O.!”
A while back I pointed out that miniatures maker 6D6 Fireball was holding an adventure writing contest, and lo and behold, I forgot to follow up. Not only can you find out who won, you can download a nice PDF of the adventure. (Horned) hats off to Viking Gavin for reminding me of this.
Alex Flagg and Patrick Kapera are the founders of Crafty Games and the minds responsible for Spycraft and Fantasy Craft. In this exclusive Robot Viking interview, they explain the genesis of the Mastercraft system, explore some of the details of Fantasy Craft, and clue us in to some of the cool stuff they’ve got planned for Crafty games in 2010. Plus, gratuitous Vin Diesel worship!
With the summer slow-down behind us, we’re launching into the best season for gaming with a cornucopia of Robot Viking coverage. To start things off, today we have the long-awaited review of Crafty Games’ Fantasy Craft RPG by guest writer Joe Grabianowski. But that’s not all — we’ve also got an amazing interview with the masterminds behind Crafty Games, Alex Flagg and Patrick Kapera. If you’re running a D20 campaign (or think you might want to), we’ve got the inside story on this must-have book.
Do you have a great idea for a fantasy adventure kicking around in your head? Does it involve bearded devils? If it doesn’t, could you maybe work a few of them in? Yes? Good! You’d better write it down and submit it to 6d6Fireball.com – they’ve got a contest going on for adventure writers, as it happens.