So what do you good people want?

A simple question, though I doubt there will be a simple answer.

Would you like me to expand on the Dead Simple games I have already published here or dig out more variants I have on my shelves, such as:

  • Black Flag – 18th Century Pirates
  • Blood & Faith – 17th Century Fantasy
  • Firefly
  • Gaslight – Victorian Science Fantasy
  • Hired Guns – Wild West
  • Inquisitor – Warhammer 40K
  • Ragnarok – Viking Era
  • SOE21 – 21st century British Espionage
  • Stargate 1895 – What if the British had got the Stargate a century before the Yanks?
  • Tales of Prax – Gloranthan roleplaying
  • The Honour of Eagles – Roman Era
  • To Go Boldly – Star Trek

Some settings for Dead Simple fantasy perhaps?

  • Diabolical – a ruined world.
  • Inscrutable – Samurai.
  • Pendragon – Arthurian fantasy.

I also have some more supplements for Dead Simple Fantasy on the blocks…

So what shall it be?


About Craig

For those who need to know these things: - I'll never see 50 again. - I'm tall enough to see well in crowds and fat enough to leave a wake. - I'm well married to a woman with twice my smarts, three delightful and challenging children (er-hem), and one cat overlord. - I am Welsh. - I have to work for a living, but do nothing that makes me perspire.
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10 Responses to So what do you good people want?

  1. My request would be for additional Dead Simple fantasy supplements.

  2. Omer G. Joel says:

    What about a post-apocalyptic setting? Maybe The Zone for a STALKER-type game?

  3. Craig says:

    Hi Omer,
    I’m not familiar with ‘The Zone’ or ‘Stalker’. I’m much more familiar with Gamma World, Mad Max and Hiero’s Journey (my age is telling there I’m afraid).
    Have you thought of adapting the rules to that setting yourself?

  4. Craig says:

    The real difficulty comes in distilling the character creation and core rules down into a single page, plus a couple of setting-specific pages. You have to really focus on what makes the setting different from any other.

  5. Kevin says:

    Gaslight! Looking for simple rules to use with the Space: 1889 setting.

  6. Failsafe says:

    Perhaps some more Busiris adventures? I really like that setting.

  7. Xaeth says:

    I would LOVE to see something done in a Pulp SciFi setting (War of the Worlds, Space Ships, Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Ray Guns, Martians, etc).

    • Craig says:

      If I only had the time Xaeth… there again it would not take you but a few minutes to cobble together your own from Blaster! and Stargate 1895. Between them they have most of the elements that you need.

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