Following on from yesterday’s round up of reviews of 6d6, we have a new review, and it’s the first for Quantum Flux. The adventure does a great job of playing to the inspirations and being exactly what one would expect,
Quantum Flux is out! Order the PDF before the end of the week and get a free copy of the 6d6 Core rule set. If you already own the 6d6 Core we have a discount just for you. Want To
The final extract from Quantum Flux (available from tomorrow), is an optional encounter with the hostile A.I. that is trying to take over the ship. The way that the adventure is structured allows it to be run over one to
This forth extract from the soon-to-be-published Quantum Flux covers Deck 8, the cargo hold, of TSN Leopold. Quantum Flux has two possible endings. Either the characters escape the Leopold on the Corvette (found in Deck 9 – Hanger Bay) or
This is the third extract from Quantum Flux, available on Wednesday 7th. The characters, a salvage team, will find themselves stuck on a unknown vessel with aliens and an insane A.I.. Short of equipment they need to grab whatever they
Our second extracts from Quantum Flux is one of the pre-gen characters. There are six characters to play – Steven ‘Stones’ McCay (medic and team leader), Nick ‘The Brick’ Boston (weapons expert), Blaize Starfall (pilot), Montgomery Harper (engineer), Abbs Saxton
The first of five free extracts from Quantum Flux is from the introduction. As a new game, the vast majority of people buying our adventures have never played 6d6 so we include some advice for Game Leaders in the adventure
Quantum Flux is our second one-shot adventure and it will be released on September 7th, one week from today. A Long Birth The adventure was first run about a year ago in the run-up to 2010’s Indiecon. At this stage
With Quantum Flux coming out on the 7th September we are looking for bloggers and similar people who are willing to review it. Reviewers get an advance copy of the PDF and a copy of the 6d6 Core rule set.
This is the latest version of the Quantum Flux cover artwork. Not 100% about the logo and the image still needs a little bit of cleaning up but it is basically there.