Foundry VTT Module – Heart of Darkness
This is a digital version of the Heart of Darkness 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.
Heart of Darkness is a complete Cinematic Scenario for the ALIEN roleplaying game. It is a stand-alone adventure, but also serves as a conclusion to the Draconis Strain Saga begun in the cinematic scenario Chariot of the Gods and continued in Destroyer of Worlds. The scenario is designed for 3–5 players plus the Game Mother, and is a spiraling descent into soul-crushing madness. This module contains:
- 155 Journal Entries (Full Scenario, Handouts, The Art of Heart of Darkness etc.)
- 52 item Entries (Armor, Weapons, Equipment, Systems, Agendas and Story Cards )
- 28 Actor Entries (Creatures, PCs, NPCs and Vehicles)
- 7 Rolltables (Creature Attacks and GM tables)
- 27 Scenes – maps for the scenario (walled and ToM)
INTERFACE 3301 — WEYLAND-YUTANI — FROM NETWORK
COMCON NODE 1010141 — EIJA33477975
NEW LIFE DISCOVERED. CLASSIFICATION, EXTREMOPHILE. SERVICES REQUIRED. CONTRACT FOLLOWS.
The company found a new lifeform, and they want you to study it. Their offer’s uncharacteristically generous—you catalog this organism, determine how they can use it, and bring it back so they can slap their patent on it. Fairly routine stuff. In exchange, they’ll hook you up with a cushy corporate department head position, secure you a book deal, and make sure the institute of your choice gives you tenure. Did I mention the money? There’s a lot of it. Simple survey, sample, and analysis job. Seemed too good to be true.
Of course it is.
© 2022 20th Century Studios.
Awarded with Gold ENNIE 2020 for Best Game.
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