Xenopolitan is an RPG about everyday life in an alien metropolis. Live the life of an extraterrestrial person with real world problems. Play as a human or extraterrestrial entrepreneur, student, artist, social worker, politician, reporter, criminal, detective, or anything else, and experience life in this galactic futurescape.
Setting: The year is 2099. Ingress is a city with 90 million people from thousands of different species and planets. It flies in the skies above Earth and is a hub for extraterrestrials conducting business with various Earthling corporations and governments. Players are denizens of this sprawling, cosmopolitan city, and their backgrounds and goals can be as diverse as the city’s population.
System: Xenopolitan is a complete game based on the popular Fudge system. The rules are fast, flexible, and easy to learn. The broad skill system enables game masters and players to tell a wide variety of stories and create characters from all walks of life. Players might be reporters for a media corporation, members of a rock band, or partners in a law firm. The possibilities are as vast as real life.
- Players can easily create their own extraterrestrial species by combining various advantages, drawbacks, and psychic powers. Want to play a parasitic bacteria or a being of pure energy? It’s quickly done with Xenopolitan’s fun, creative character creation system.
- Xenopolitan’s conflict resolution system can generate non-binary results with interesting complications and encourages active participation from players.
- Xenopolitan supports many different styles of play and includes numerous story ideas for one-shot sessions or full campaigns.
- Pages upon pages of groovy artwork with cool aliens!
- 75 pages
Xenopolitan was released in 2021 in print and digital editions. It was designed, written, and illustrated by Andi Hagen. Front cover art by Ben K. Evans.
The ultimate expansion to the Mutant Future role-playing game is here! The Advanced Mutant Companion is a collection of optional character creation and advancement rules including new mutations and races, feats, and backgrounds
The Advanced Mutant Companion was released in 2020 in print and digital editions. It was designed, written, and illustrated by Andi Hagen.
Straffshire is a setting for fantasy role-playing games. In the plane-shifting village of Straffshire, mortals, fey, demons, undead, sapient animals, and other creatures from across the planes live uneasily together. The village is surrounded by a wasteland of wild magic and caught in a cold war between a demon lord and a fey deity. Powerful magic is common and the village’s eccentric, decadent wizards have transformed their community into a weird realm where the supernatural runs rampant.
Straffshire is packed with larger-than-life characters and locations. There is Bear, the surly, militaristic bear paladin, and Jert Breeboz, the frogman necromancer who just wants a friend. Within the village is the Polliwog Public House, a social club where bourgeois wizards hobnob and play magical table games, and the Dunman Library, a decrepit, subterranean archive operated by an angry elemental and haunted by a ghostly warlord. Beyond the village is the Planar Wastes, an ever-changing landscape wracked by magical storms and filled with gates to other worlds.
Straffshire and its environs could be the springboard for many adventures, or the basis for an entire campaign.
Straffshire: Village of Planar Fugitives was released in 2019. It was written by Peter and Andi Hagen and illustrated by Andi Hagen.