Welcome to in*die zine, a new tabletop roleplaying zine of high-quality indie content! This issue features nine incredible and innovative games, four instructive and provocative articles, four useless and system-agnostic supplements, and six moves inspired by hit musicals!
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You are chickens living in the Coop, a mega complex for chicken-kind. As young revolutionaries, your goal is to topple the pecking order, and remove the rooster patriarch from the top.
Chicken Coup is a tabletop RPG by W.H. Arthur (@Aryl_Ether on Twitter), made for #ff2k19. It is a hack of Honey Heist by Grant Howitt.
For 2-6 players plus a GM.
Special thanks to Charlie Etheridge-Nunn... [click here for more]
Magical accident happens, and we can't just hire some muggle cleaners to sweep it under the rug. While other "cool" wizards may save the world or teach at highly irresponsible education institutions, your job is no less important. Now go pick up your broom and cleanup some magical mess!
Magical Cleanup Service is a 5-page minimalist Powered by the Apocalypse (PbtA) game that has everything... [click here for more]
B'town Beak-tectives is a free-form investigative storytelling RPG that can be played with or without a facilitator. Each player creates their own seagull detective and together they solve crimes by unravelling the clues that they gathered.
3-pages. For 2-4 players plus an optional facilitator. Can be played as a one-shot or a mini-campaign.
A great thanks to Charlie (@charlie_en),... [click here for more]
For centuries, the Jewel Queen and her Jewel Guardians have protected earth against various threats. The Jewel Queen is gone, and the Jewel Guardians have been raising her half-human offspring. In this game, you play as the Jewel Guardians and the kid, going on adventures to capture jewel monsters, solve problems of the townsfolk, and face the evil Jewel Nemesis.
This is a tabletop... [click here for more]