Group, Intelligent, Planar

Alien Dagger (d8 damage) 6 HP 0 armor


Special Qualities: Annoying

Several scholars have discussed the “space hippies”. Like the acolytes of Leary, Charles Manson, and other negative counter-culture leaders, these bizarre and stereotypical alien flower children are “under the spell of an unknown charismatic but dangerously unhinged leader”(chosen by the GM) and “stand for a sixties generation in the thrall of misled idealism.” The group shows a disrespect for authority and demands to be taken to a planet they call “Eden” (a dangerous Dungeon World location sure to kill them all). If the party refuses they will label them “Herberts” and begin to loudly mock them. Paladins and other formally good character may be forced to care for them or suffer the displeasure of their deity.

Instinct: Guide innocents to destruction


Seek “Eden”

Make an oval “symbol of peace” greeting hand gesture

Announce “We are one.”

Replay Woodstock

12 thoughts on “SPACE HIPPIES”

  1. Gerard Snow “The Way to Eden” is the twentieth episode of the third season of the American science fiction television series, Star Trek was broadcast February 21, 1969. It was written by Arthur Heinemann, based on a story by Heinemann and D. C. Fontana (using the pen name “Michael Richards”), and directed by David Alexander.

    In the episode, the Enterprise is hijacked by a madman-scientist and his fanatical, hippie-like followers who are blindly obsessed in finding a mythical planet of perpetual paradise.

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