74 black-and-white pages. Softcover.
To end a terrible curse, your adventurers must travel to a lost land and return a stolen statuette. But the tribe of Katiki-Mu has no love for outsiders, and this mission may bring the party to doom at the hands of the mighty Moatiki. With only one way into and out of danger, can these heroes hope to break The Curse of Katiki-Mu? This gamemastered adventure by Robert Saint John for The Fantasy Trip includes an adventure that can serve as the kick-off for much future exploration of the strange lost continent of Mu – plus a labyrinth map, new counters, and new cut-and-paste labyrinth tiles to expand the set included in The Fantasy Trip Legacy Edition.
It's the power of GURPS in a tiny package! We took the essence of the core GURPS rules and distilled it down to one page! Just print GURPS Ultra-Lite and fold it into a booklet (instructions included). With these rules and three dice, you have a small package for big RPG fun. Play GURPS on road trips. Use one as a bookmark. Print bunches and give them out as Halloween goodies. The possibilities are endless!
Now, this cute idea is a work in progress. The eagle-eyed among you might notice that we've marked it as "Version 0.8." That's because it hasn't been fully playtested. So if you have a comment to offer, we'd love to hear it; just head over to the Steve Jackson Games Forums and share your thoughts.
This Polish version of GURPS Ultra-Lite was created by Marek Łukasiewicz.
Champions and sidekicks built using the crusader, brother, or gifted template, mystic lens, or clergy motivational lens are likely to draw power – or at least conviction – from forces beyond the temporal. Some call their devotion "spirituality" or "philosophy" rather than "religion," but by any name it's faith. Yet while the topic is broad and deep, games too often reduce it to "Wielders of generic powers granted by anonymous forces battle nameless evil. News at 11."
GURPS Monster Hunters 6: Holy Hunters aims to make the beliefs themselves an interesting part of the game. It brings respectful realism to the subject, offering:
Because however many gods you have, by whatever names, you want them on your side when you're hunting The Enemy!