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The Koenig Dead
Hidden away near the Rim, his base a wrecked starship which became a tomb, Professor Simon Prosper is one of the Federation's most wanted men. He bides amongst his strange companions, continuing his research as best he can; but all the while he broods on everything he has lost.
Now, however, his beloved daughter has returned to him aboard a small free trader with secrets - and troubles - of its own. A crewmember is gravely injured. Another struggles to understand what she has become. And two of Kestrel's passengers are here to lay the dead to rest at last.
But the dead are restless...
The Koenig Dead is a dark, fairly hard science fiction game loosely inspired by an increasingly distant Joss Whedon TV show. It is a semi-sequel to The Linfarn Run (with some of the same characters), but no prior knowledge of that game is expected or required.
This game won't be for everybody.
Please don't sign up if you're not willing to risk being cast as a character with very little choice of actions, or one to whom very bad things have happened in the past, or one that isn't human. Some of the characters in this game are some of these things. And the casting questionnaire will not have "No" as an option for any of them.
|Author(s):||Tony Mitton and AJ Smith|
|Game EMail:||tony AT tonymitton DOT com|
|Lead GM:||Tony Mitton|
|Information for Players:||The game has character sheets averaging six pages long and about four to eight pages of (largely optional) background. It genuinely does have some dark stuff in, particularly for a couple of the characters. But after four runs nobody has killed me yet.|
|Male Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 5|
|Female Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 5|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 4 / Max: 4|
|Total Players:||Min: 14 / Max: 14|
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AJ long ago decided that his best way to get into Brian's games was to help run them. More recently, he extended this policy to Tony's games. So far, this strategy is working well ...