Michael Foster

Welcome to the Edge.
Life here isn't always easy. The Mayor controls this city with a tight grip, aided by Agents of the dreaded Corrections Bureau and their faceless Automatons.
There's a war on too, and we all must be vigilant for signs of The Enemy. Their spies could be anywhere, or anyone. But our brave Navy are taking the fight to them and the new fleet about to launch will be the one that finally ends the war. The Mayor says it, so it must be true.
Life in Wartime means some stuff isn't so easy to come by, at least for the likes of you and I. Folks on the East Side never seem to want for much, but that's always the way of things. Prohibition is in force, but you can usually find a drink, if you know the right people.
And of course, you don't want to be outside when the Fog rolls in.



Freya Sacksen

'Whoever said high school was the best years of your life, clearly never had to contend with ghosts, fae, vampires and contracts from demons. And that's before the math test is done.

Monsterhearts is a game where you play teenage monsters, manipulating, controlling and falling in and out of lust & lust. Will you and your beloved die romantic yet tragic deaths? Or will you be the spurned best friend?


Don't Mind the Donkey

Mike Foster

Welcome to Gately Comprehensive, a secondary school where no two days are the same. It could be anything, from the swimming pool being filled with jelly, a stampede of zebra through the gymnasium, right up to an alien invasion.
As the put upon teaching staff it's your job to take care of these problems, while ensuring you still cover all your classes, keep up with the marking and avoiding being volunteered for any extra-curricular activities. And all sorted in time for a pint down the pub after school, of course.


The Grand Providence Hotel

Donna Giltrap

New York, 1900. The Grand Providence Hotel is a majestic building that provides high-class accommodation to the discerning guest. Just don't mind the non-Euclidean geometry, or the Thing under the bed.

Monsters and Other Childish Things
Prefer not to run consecutive rounds. Could go to eight players in a pinch
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