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Escape From Station 17 (DCC RPG)

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Escape from station 17 is a 0-Level funnel adventure, set in a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi
version of our earth. It is for use with the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game
(or any OSR system) and has been designed as a low prep, quick-to-start adventure.

Included within this pack are 25 premade 0-Level Characters, a one sheet adventure
(both sides of an A4 sheet of paper), maps, and statted NPCs/Monsters relevant to the
adventure. Additionally; the entire map has been designed to fit onto a single 23x26
vinyl battlemat.

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Earth, year 202X. The planet has been taken over by a technologically advanced
multidimensional empire known as the ‘Amalgamate’. These fearsome, humanoid
creatures conquered the world in only nine hours, and have implemented a violent,
unforgiving police-state.

Since the usurpation of earth’s control, our new alien overlords have been slowly
draining earth of all of it’s water and sending it back to the Gryx Border-World. And
have set about converting humanity into Amalgamate with the use of extremely long,
painful and torturous operations (performed with no anasthesia).

Amalgamate conversions are carried out in ‘Alteration Stations’; prison compounds
where once-proud humans are fed grey sludge and packed into tiny cells. These poor
prisoners are only permitted outdoors once every two months and are not told when
their ‘alteration day’ will come.

 
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File Last Updated:
March 23, 2020
This title was added to our catalog on March 23, 2020.