A downloadable horror scenario

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LZ13 is the unluckiest place on this god forsaken moon, totally screwed by the terraforming project. Only the Mining Operations keep this damn LZ staffed. And yet for whatever reason, you find yourself here. Escape the freezing cold, unnatural snowstorm and an alien hivemind. 

Words and layout by MV
Map by Dyson Logos
Editing by Ava Islam

What's inside?

LZ13 is a system agnostic scenario, recommended for sci-fi horror and investigative games.
In this A4 bifold you will find:

  • Keyed map of the landing zone
  • Three hooks of varying challenge
  • Hivemind monster made of ice
  • Frozen undead personnel
  • Snowstorms way too intense for a small moon

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Using Engraved Textures by Vendel Arden

StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(10)
Authoremmy
GenreAdventure
TagsHorror, moon, OSR, pamphlet, scenario, Sci-fi, Space, trifold

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In order to download this horror scenario you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2 USD. You will get access to the following files:

LZ13 - b&w.pdf 2 MB
LZ13 - printer friendly.pdf 987 kB
LZ13 - screen.pdf 5 MB
LZ13.epub 633 kB

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I do have a question that might have been answered in the other comment ?what is the three digit followed by K? in the location descriptions the Kelvin temp or am I missing something ?

You are correct! It’s the Kelvin temp of the location. It was meant more as flavour text. There are some mechanical consequences if you mess with it for the monsters, but can be easily ignored.

Stylishly executed as per usual. There is a nice economy of space to this layout, a sense of things being just so - packed full of goodness but not dense and unapproachable. It does a great job of showing off Dyson Logos’ neat map.

Things I particularly like about this pamphlet adventure:

  • the difficulty of the adventure is linked to which of the 3 scenarios the group run
  • the passing of time and the ever-present danger is neatly executed
  • there’s a deeper subplot for the group to uncover

Now I just need to find a Kelvin to Celsius converter.