i recently wrote a bloodborne inspired dungeon module called Night of the Hunt.
its still a pretty rough but would anyone be interested in playtesting it?
ill compensate with a pair of custom d6’s made for the module for whomever tests it and can provide meaningful feedback.
DM me here or twitter @zeframsee if you are interested
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I don’t have the group for it, but I like the idea. Hope you get some useful feedback 🙂
Cameron Worrall thanks! id really like it to be a finished, comprehensive piece that hopefully people will enjoy, esp now that dark souls is over
Bloodborne is all about grim atmosphere, wicked fast combat and fancy trick weapons imo and the last two will be a bit hard to capture in a PnP format I’m afraid.
But still, I really want to take a look at what you created. Maybe even give it a shot with my friends sometime.
As a big Bloodborne fan and a big DW fan, I’m definitely interested in reading what you’ve got.
thanks for the interest! im doing some final edits before i send it out so it will be in all of your hands shortly!
Brandon Reinert Damn, that’s good to hear 😀
Very interested. Could it be run as a one shot? I’d love to read it either way, but I’m more likely to be able to get a group to playtest for a one shot.
I can run this with a youth group and have them fill out a feedback form if their diversity is useful to you
Jason Tocci its actually meant to be a one shot!
Andrew Huffaker whats the age of the youth group? id appreciate that but depending on the age it might not be entirely appropriate, though it isnt really graphic or explicit
ok! i just sent the link to all interested via hangouts. have fun!
Brandon Reinert they are high school kids, so 15 – 20
Andrew Huffaker that should be fine. ill send it and trust your judgement
What age range are you hoping for? National table top day is coming, I can maybe aim for a different demographic
Andrew Huffaker id probably say nc-17 haha
as a heads up to those who have access, i added some files and did some editing to the items in the drive folder
there is now a flowchart included to show how everything connects in the module
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