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#iHunt The RPG Zine 19 - The 90s Sucked Ass Or Whatever


The 90s Sucked Ass Or Whatever is the nineteenth in a series of "Zine Supplements" for #iHunt: The RPG. Or as we'd like to call them, "Zupplements." It's also the fourth in our Season Three series of zupplements, each detailing a different decade of the 20th century in the world of #iHunt. 

This one details the 1990s, and it's 42 pages of irreverent goodness!

Inside, you'll find:

  • Pop Up History: A series of current events flashpoints, each with story ideas for how to tie that event or phenomenon into your #iHunt stories. 
  • Killing Monsters in the Bubble Economy: Six new monsters, a whole new monster clade inspired by Clive Barker's Nightbreed, and ideas for how 90s monsters are similar and different than 2021 monsters. 
  • Guest author, Danesha Artis, writes "#iHunt at the Continental," a short story about how the hunt might have looked in the 90s.
  • #iHunt pogs! You can print and play with your very own collectible #iHunt pogs! 24 of them to be precise. 
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This title was added to our catalog on September 29, 2021.