Foundry VTT Module – Destroyer of Worlds
This is a digital version of the Destroyer of Worlds scenario for the Foundry Virtual Tabletop. A Foundry Virtual Tabletop base license is required for use. Check the package page for current module compatibility. This purchase will give you an activation code to be activated through your Foundry account. Afterwards you will be able to download and access the module via the Foundry application.
Destroyer of Worlds is a complete Cinematic Scenario for the ALIEN roleplaying game, written by sci-fi novelist Andrew E.C. Gaska just like Chariot of the Gods. In Destroyer of Worlds, players take the roles of Colonial Marines. The scenario is designed for 3–5 players plus the Game Mother, and it’s a gauntlet of one hell after another. Expect it to take three sessions to complete. This module contains:
- The complete Cinematic scenario Destroyer of Worlds.
- Seven pre-generated characters to play.
- 38 journal entries.
- 38 item entries (armor, weapons, gear, Personal Agendas and Story Cards).
- 20 actor entries (creatures, vehicles, PCs and NPCs).
- 6 roll tables (creature attacks and GM tables).
- 14 scenes, for Destroyer of Worlds maps with walls and doors.
The mission was a manhunt, the objectives clear—track down four fugitives, recover any assets they may have made off with, and keep ‘em all out of enemy hands. Go find them on a frozen moon full of hostiles and get it done on the eve of war.
Nothing you couldn’t handle.
But what it is that these bastards stole—and how the hell it got inside them—is another thing altogether. It’s all above your paygrade, marine—but somehow you’re the one who’s got to deal with it.
Of course, now there’s an invasion fleet incoming, and there’s something else, too—something much worse. Something out there hates you—hates everyone. Something big and ugly. Something with metal teeth—and you’re pretty sure it ain’t alone.
Yeah, the mission was supposed to be a simple manhunt. Instead it turned out to be just another glorious day in the corps.
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Awarded with Gold ENNIE 2020 for Best Game.
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