Monster of the Week Revised – Playbooks
Monster of the Week Revised – Mystery Worksheet
Monster of the Week Revised – Keeper Reference Sheets
Monster of the Week Revised – Hunter Reference Sheets
Generic Games (additional material form prior edition)
I love the new artwork and the new content! I have a bit of bad news, though: On the Revised Playbooks document, the Divine Improvements is a copy/paste of the Crooked Improvements. (The version in the rulebook is correct, however.)
Be Seeing You;
I guess having five people look at the doc isn’t enough to catch something like that. I’ll look into getting it fixed and replaced in (sigh) eight different locations, but probably not today.
Hi Fred, great additions to a great game! The new playbooks are great and looking forward to getting my hard copy.
Hey there Dain, we’ve uploaded a fix to the Divine playbook. Thanks for pointing out the problem!
Thanks for the prompt update!
So if I wanted to run a Supernatural campaign, which playbooks would I use for Sam and Dean?
Also, why is a player group limited to only a single instance of a perticular Playbook per group?
Sam is probably a Spooky (at least in the early seasons), Dean is a Wronged, in all likelihood.
The single instance thing is — from a game design perspective — somewhat about niche protection. But from a story perspective, it’s because you’re not “a” Chosen or “a” Divine character, as a PC; you’re THE Chosen, THE Divine. The apex. That’s what the playbook’s about. You’re the archetype.
Hey Fred, just wanted to drop in and say I LOVE this game. My friends and I are having a blast playing it, and really love the updated rules. Also I was wondering if the indiegogo mysteries will be released to the public eventually? I unfortunately missed the campaign and would love to have them. I already bought the extra playbooks on drivethru and would love to buy the mysteries as well.
No idea about those mysteries! You’d need to talk to Generic Games (Michael Sands) about anything from the IndieGoGo campaign.
Picked up a copy at Tribes comics in Austin, the reason I picked it up? because of these peoples podcast https://plus.google.com/communities/104672702589306017985 they talk about Monster of the Week a lot and “sold” me on it . Thanks the Gauntlet and thanks Evil Hat
I’m really liking what I’ve seen of this game so far, and I’m plotting a Roll20 game in the not too far distant future. To that end, I am working on a Roll20 ‘character sheet’. In an ideal world, I’d like to include most of the information from these playbooks, allowing players to pick their moves and just check them off (rather like on a physical printout) rather than having to type them in themselves.
Is that alright, from a legal/use standpoint? I wouldn’t be including any information that isn’t already publicly available.
I’d call that fair use so long as nobody’s making money off them being offered in this venue. If someone’s making money, it should be a licensed use with Evil Hat (and by proxy Michael Sands) getting a cut.
Well, I’m sure not making any money off it, and I don’t think Roll20 has any fees that correspond to the ability to use character sheets (as opposed to being able to customize them).
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