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    The "W"-Series of Adventures

    The W-Series of adventures each introduce a new genre to WOIN, inspired by the greatest that pop-culture has to offer. Each contains a full adventure, along with new setting information, rules, careers, monsters, equipment, and more. The W-Series began with W1 Xenomorphs: The Fall of Somerset Landing. W2 Dark Decade has finished layout and will be available very soon.


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    Really looking forward to Dark Decade. I think it'll save me from lots of work running an urban fantasy campaign.

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    If the new titles are up to the standard of "Xenomorphs" they'll be excellent products.

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    I have just downloaded W2 Dark Decade and it looks to be everything I was hoping for plus a whole lot more. I was wondering, will it eventually be released in book format? I do hope so, as I prefer physical copies to PDF files.

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    No need to answer. I found it in book form on Amazon UK. Purchased and delighted.
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    It should be on DTRPG and RPGNow soon too!

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    I have just posted a review of this supplement on my blog, which you can read here - https://vampifanwoin.blogspot.com/20...upplement.html
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    In Dark Decade, why do have Gabriel and Omar Lopez the skill "carousing" twice in their list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingpin000 View Post
    In Dark Decade, why do have Gabriel and Omar Lopez the skill "carousing" twice in their list?
    I guess that would be a typo.

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    I just finished reading W2 Dark Decade over coffee this morning. I had ordered a print copy via Amazon. Fun, fast read at 36 pages (plus 6 pregens, blank character sheet and EONS ad. Technically page 1 is credits).

    It's a fairly light touch, but sets one up for chargen nicely. The NYC 80's is a very high level snapshot with some key iconic locations (CBGB). It stays fairly on point to the supernatural in NYC; I think a GM would need to do a bit of research to flesh out for a campaign for an 80s feel (or move it forward in time) unless they lived through (and recall) the 80s.

    Nice sampling of monsters and a few key monster NPCs. The adventure is fairly linear, but looks like it would play well at the table for an intro.

    Glad I got a copy, and looking forward to Spirits of Manhattan.

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