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GODLIKE: One o'Clock Wake-Up

GODLIKE: One o'Clock Wake-Up

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"One o'Clock Wake-Up" follows the exploits of a handful of ordinary fighting men in the Battle of the Bulge, December 1944, as they set out to rescue an American unit trapped by the onrush of the dreaded ?berkommandogruppe SS Heinrich Himmler ? the first army composed entirely of Talents.

Written by GODLIKE co-creator Greg Stolze and Arc Dream editor Shane Ivey, and illustrated by GODLIKE author Dennis Detwiller, "One o'Clock Wake-Up" was featured at GenCon 2002 and GenCon UK 2003. It is the perfect introduction to the thrills and dangers of GODLIKE. (Length: 9 pages, with 2 illustrations and 3 maps.)

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February 12th, 2012
One o'Clock Wake-Up was totally worth my hard earned gaming dollars. It's not long or complex (only nine economical pages) but Arc Dream delivers the hard, gritty action that I've come to enjoy and expect from my GODLIKE experience. This scenario is we [...]
July 21st, 2004
This is a really good adventure, especially to give players used to playing Talents a taste of what it feels like for the normal German soldiers they usually kill a number of without really thinking about it. [...]
June 15th, 2004
This is a great adventure for the Godlike setting. It works well as a good introductory set-up for players and is a lot of fun to play. [...]
June 11th, 2004
Nice introductory adventure, although it is very short (one battle) and I really felt it was not worth the money. Two to three hours gaming at best. [...]
September 22nd, 2003
The Godlike system, and the game as a whole, is one that seems best at offering one-time quick runs to use for an evening's fun with your gaming group. This particular scenario fulfills that offer very well. Along with the Glazier run, which Ar [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on July 09, 2003.