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Bosses have dudes working under them, right? These could be henchmen, underlings, cultists, servants, bodyguards, minions, followers, apostles, disciples - you get the idea. Hmm, maybe this should be a random table of its own?

I crowd-sourced the definition of "cheeto fingers" for the Alpha Blue RPG. Of those who came up with something, Glynn Seal won the right to codify an element of this sleazy universe. Good job, hoss!

This idea came to me just before arriving at Game Hole Con Saturday where I ran a couple games. The night before, I was watching the 1989 post-apocalypse movie Cyborg. An idea occurred...

As promised, here's an article on how to run Blood Dark Thirst like a parody of vampire media. The key to lighthearted, silly, funny, comedic, and humorous RPG sessions, akin to What We Do In The Shadows, is humanizing the characters.

I was reading an insightful post by the Angry GM on the nature of horror and what it means to make your D&D game scary.

To help promote Gamma Turquoise, I'm showcasing the d100 random table containing artifacts from a bygone age. Every time the PCs search for treasure (because it's a monster's lair, ruined office building, etc.), there's a 2 in 6 chance of finding a relic from the past...

I've got another totally random table...

Totally Random Table #15

I'm getting ahead of myself here, but this will eventually be included in The S'rulyan Vault III.

Consider this an edition upgrade to every one of my roleplaying games that uses the VSd6 system - The Outer Presence, Alpha Blue, and

While this alien write-up could be used for any scifi RPG, the stats are specifically meant for Alpha Blue.

Here's a table that's totally random...

Totally Random Table #14

Created by a sorcerer living in the Meyang dynasty, the gong was fashioned from the bronze statue of a demon named Tzema'ak. Tzema'ak was worshiped as the god of prophecy, misfortune, and cataclysm.