Post-Brexit Tabletop Roleplaying game Shadow of Mogg Launches
Manic Productions has excitedly announced the release of Shadow of Mogg, a post-brexit tabletop roleplaying game set in the London Underground. This follows a successful Kickstarter campaign where Shadow of Mogg was backed nearly 4x over the initial funding goal.
Consumer and retailer backers of the project are delighted to have their grubby hands on the game and it’s now available for the general public.
Manic Productions was created by indie tabletop designer Panayiotis Lines, with artwork by Aled Lawlor of Anima Press.
Shadow of Mogg is a post-apocalyptic roleplaying game set in the London underground following a catastrophic occurrence known only as ‘the event’. It uses a d6 ‘bidding’ resolution system combined democratic group voting mechanics.
Every decision in the game must be voted on by the party and resolved by the party.
The game focuses on survival, tough moral decisions, old school tunnel crawling and resource management.
Players take the role of mostly ordinary members of the British public, whether the oppressed proletariat, a humble baker, a nurse, a firefighter, a time traveller or the Chief Executive of RBS as they eke out survival in an underground society turned inward against itself.
The game explores the ramifications of mob rule democracy, the frailty of hope and the banality of evil and you can play as Candlestick Maker!
Shadow of Mogg contains…
- A full 90+ page RPG ruleset for you and your group to play within the London Underground world of Shadow of Mogg, presented in an A5 zine booklet.
- Unique voting and group resolution mechanics testing the limits of democracy.
- 37 game classes conveying the breadth of depths of contemporary British society.
- 36 custom designed random tunnel events - more than 2d6 bears.
- Traditional ‘OSR’ style tunnel crawling procedures for exploring the London Underground.
- Full colour game map of the London underground following ‘The Event’.
- Tools to generate events, npcs, underground station locations and encounters.
- Rules for managing group resources as well as group anxiety.
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