Archive for August 11, 2011

Well apart from Shadow of the Zombie, I am working on the first full Dead Future Adventure, which takes place nominally on the same ship covered in the Flavour text from Dead Future. I have been redesigning the ship and have currently got this design:

 This is a jump capable deep space explorer with a crew of a couple of hundred, decks will be arranged around the central lift shaft, and gravity plane will be in line with thrust (although the ship will have A.G. from the neutrino jump engines).

This adventure should then lead on to the second adventure on an asteroid mine, for which the maps are mainly done.

Anyway, I have work tomorrow so night all.

New Books in Print

Posted: August 11, 2011 in Product Release

The proofs have arrived and we can now announce that the following are available in print from

 Dead Future Rebooted. Dead Future Rebooted is a campaign template for d20 games and Year of the Zombie set in the future, that can have slight effects that are quietly silenced and hidden from the general public, or galaxy changing events that will forever change the lives of those who survive depending on the wishes of those participating in the campaign. Includes data on the human threat as well as environmental threats, cybernetic and other scifi enhancments and their effects on the risen. This is an expanded copy of the original Dead Future, and now includes over 70 pages of new material including new aliens, robots, equipment, rules and zombies. New and improved art features throughout. This also includes a startup mini-adventure for the Dead Future Universe (Vacuum Packed Death) and complete battlemaps for the adventure.

Priced at £14.99 from



Killing Winter is an adventure for the Brass, Blood and Steam, supplement for the SotC SRD. You will need Brass, Blood and Steam (also from UKG Publishing) and a copy of the SotC SRD in order to run it “as written”, though it should be quite easy to adapt to any steampunk or generic games system. This adventure is set in Queen Victoria’s Land, the sample campaign background in Brass, Blood and Steam and follows directly from the sample adventure, Diamonds in the Snow.

Priced at£3.99 from


And finally, Powder, Passion & Plunder

On the face of it, there should be nothing romantic about pirates. They take hard-earned money and goods away by force – typically accompanied by torture, murder and rape. And yet there is still something attractive about a life of adventure, freedom and lived without responsibility. SotC is a OGL role-playing game written by Evil Hat Productions and based on their FATE system. This supplement contains additional rules to tailor SotC to the pirate genre. If you don’t want to use this game, the information will be useful for any tabletop campaign. As well as the rules, this book also contains a history of piracy (both in reality and in fiction) and looks at the enduring appeal of these “wolves of the sea” and what we find attractive about characters like Long John Silver and Captain Jack Sparrow that are as magnificent as they are malevolent. This book should allow you, the GM, to create games that tap into these tropes to provide a more enjoyable experience for your players and yourself.

Priced at £4.99 from


More as we get it 🙂