Those Dark Places

Those Dark Places

Industrial Science Fiction Roleplaying

Osprey Roleplaying
  • Author: Jonathan Hicks
  • Illustrator: Nathan Anderson
  • Publication Date: 26 Nov 2020
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Space is a hell of a thing but you need to be sure that this is what you want. Like, what you really want. The idea of space exploration to further the frontiers of mankind is noble, but let's not kid ourselves - it's really all about furthering the profit margins. There's money to be made and out there is the place to make it, but you hear all kinds of stories… equipment malfunctions, strange discoveries, crewmembers going insane... You'll be out there in the reaches, alone, for months or years, breathing recycled air and drinking recycled water, with nothing but a few feet of metal and shielding between you and certain death.

Are you sure this is what you want?

- Crew Orientation Briefing

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Those Dark Places is a rules-light, story-focused roleplaying game about the darker side of space exploration and the people who travel the stars in claustrophobic, dangerous conditions. Starships, stations, and outposts aren't havens of safety with clean, brightly lit corridors - they're potential deathtraps, funded by budget-conscious corporate interests and running on stale, recycled air and water. The stars may be the future of humanity, but they are also home to horrors and terror the human mind cannot comprehend.

Biographical Note

Born in the historic city of Lichfield and now residing in Northampton, Jonathan Hicks has been at the gaming table since 1983, and has more than a decade of gaming articles, reviews, interviews, and designs across multiple genres under his belt.Nathan Anderson is a freelance illustrator based in Michigan who has had an interest in sci-fi, horror and fantasy since he was very young. Influenced by European comics, Japanese fantasy fiction, Medieval history and retro arcade games, Nathan's clients include Gale Force Nine & Wizards of the Coast, Little Caesars, Laundry TV & the SyFy Channel and more.

Contents

Introduction
Player's Section
Gamemaster's Section
Adventures


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