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“The year is 1992. To try to counter the threat posed to the planet's survival by Godzilla, Japan's Counter-G Bureau recruited the most brilliant scientific brains in the world to build a fighting machine.”

-           Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993)

There comes a time in every person's life when they need to rocket punch a tyrannosaur with a giant robot. This is that time.

Titanomachy is a player content expansion pack for Die Screaming. Like previous expansions that have now been consolidated, its contents will be added into the Player's Guide to provide a single resource for players to use, and this update acts as a "what's new" post as the game is continually supported.

  • New destiny: Mechapilot. An elite combat pilot of a giant armored suit.
  • New talents and downward spirals for mechapilots.
  • Five new dark realms.
  • Dinosaurs, giant animals, and the foul spawn of evil deities for survivors to fight.
  • Special hazards and traps to challenge survivors in new ways, such as graven idols that monsters worship and dark powers that can move from monster to monster.

What Is Die Screaming?

Die Screaming is a love letter to horror cinema of the last four decades. Every game of Die Screaming begins with a supernatural apocalypse and characters based on classic horror tropes.

As the game progresses, the survivors learn that to fight marauding armies of aliens, demons, eldritch abominations, mutants, zombies, and even vengeful angels, they must in turn become monsters.

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Matthias H November 19, 2020 12:21 am UTC
Some talents list "Mechapilot trope" as a prereq. That should be destiny instead of trope.
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Bryan R November 19, 2020 1:12 am UTC
Thanks Matthias. This will be updated in the Player's Guide.
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Matthias H November 19, 2020 9:32 pm UTC
While we're on the PG, the "Anomaly Chance" paragraph in the Powers chapter says there are two types of Anomalies (Magical and Inhuman). That's still missing the "Glitch" Anomaly type from the Singularity destiny.

Technically also the Sanction type, but considering how that's a bit special (never mind that there are no powers that trigger it) it probably shouldn't be listed under Powers anyway. Maybe just have a Sanction table (sans Anomaly, it's not really one in the sense that the others are and works very differently) in the writeup of the destiny itself (instead of the Sanction Anomaly table in the Anomaly Tables section) to prevent confusion?

Loving the double column and bookmarks update to the PG btw. Makes the whole thing a lot more accessible.

Oh and almost forgot, is there a specific place you prefer for people to post stuff like this?
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Bryan R November 19, 2020 10:20 pm UTC

Re: Sanction issues/terminology/use case. I will look into this and probably re-organize it to be in line with others/slightly more sensible place. Generally I attempt to group very common sanity/anomaly tables to avoid confusion, and this is what led to Splatter Charts.

Re: Two columns: Yes I stealth updated the PHB into a two-column format this morning and the Director's Guide will soon follow. It was well past time.

Re: Location of comments: It might be time for me to open a Discord. These kinds of comments are welcome though while I mull that over. It's a good feeling after a couple of years on the site to see that more people are reading the manuals though, and every sharp-eyed reader improves the game. Playtesting it personally with people I know provides only a limited set of data, even if we've been playing it off and on with different people at times for roughly seven years at this point.

Generally I have been posting changelogs on Medium. There...See more
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Bryan R November 22, 2020 2:34 pm UTC
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Lee S November 14, 2020 9:29 pm UTC
Most incredibly awesome Brian. I know it was PWYW but I had to drop a fiver for Kaiju stuff. Your work is awesome!!!! Thanks
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Bryan R November 15, 2020 1:42 am UTC
Hi Lee, that means a lot, thanks.
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Bryan R December 01, 2020 7:38 pm UTC
There is now a Discord:
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Lee S December 02, 2020 3:28 am UTC
Thank you Sir...
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