Moebius Adventures Offers Inspiration, Games, and Adventures

Why not toss a few dice to find a writing prompt to inspire your next tabletop role-playing adventure? Or try a new game (like Aliens & Asteroids) or an Old School game like Mazes & Perils? Or even just find some new stories for your heroes to test their mettle against at your next game session?

Inspiration

Looking for a bit of inspiration for your next game? Check out the Insta-NPCs or Little Spaces products!

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Games

Need a game to play with your group? Check out Mazes and Perils or Aliens and Asteroids!

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Adventures

Or check out some of our adventure modules for OSR systems. Adventure in the Lost Age!

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Aliens & Asteroids: The First Public Playtest, Pt 3

In the last post, John’s technician “Sean Samsonite” and his drone (the “S.S. Prototype 1”) valiantly headed down into the crater with the alien bits and pieces. And when he spotted the jar of green alien goo on a device with blinking lights, he got very excited. So excited in fact that he jumped on…

Aliens & Asteroids: The First Public Playtest, Pt 2

In the last post, I covered a bit of the terror I felt when trying the whole “public playtest” thing again at Petries’ Family Games. Sure, Cameron was helping out by offering a space and telling folks about it on the website as well as on Facebook, but would it be enough? Well, apparently it…

Aliens & Asteroids: The First Public Playtest, Pt 1

When beginning a brand new effort for a completely new rules system and setting, there’s always a bit of terror. Is it good enough? What will people think? Will folks have fun? Will anybody show up? Wait? What do you mean “will anybody show up?” Well, several weeks ago I started something completely terrifying for…

Zhilin Campaign Journal #21: Solving the Case?

After 4 sessions and roughly 10-12 hours of gaming, our brave group of heroes has found the girl they were asked to track as their first case as city guards in the City-State of Zhilin. And I want to take some time in this post to talk about a few meta-game things before we move…

Zhilin Campaign Journal #20: Truth or Daire

So the party had found a secret entrance to a room beyond this dead-end in an ancient sewer many layers beneath the city and inside was a figure loudly snacking on something. That odor they’d smelled when they opened the door above? Yeah, this was definitely the source. They shined a light inside and really…

Zhilin Campaign Journal #19: What’s That Smell?

We left our heroes at the door to a shack along the wall of the cavern of Haven. This tiny shack is not much bigger than an outhouse and the debate began over who was going to open it. There were no windows, just the one door. Eventually they had Tyrion scope out the door,…

Zhilin Campaign Journal #18: Paranoia by Candlelight

Let’s continue summarizing that last session, shall we? From the Cracked Mug, our band of heroes headed back down towards the Undertown of Haven to speak with Falco, leader of the Goons. Along the way, they saw their “friend” Muril, the Goon guarding the entrance to the sewers after the girl Kathel Luce went missing.…

Zhilin Campaign Journal #17: Second Shift

Hard to believe it’s been two months since our stalwart band of new guards in the City-State of Zhilin last convened to continue the adventure (read here for the end of their last shift). Even harder to believe is the fact that it took three sessions to get through the first DAY of in-game time…

Reports from the Edge: What are the Hunters Hunting?

Excursori agent Major Demon recently sent a report. It was received by the repeater at BANCE-11 (near TRAPPIST-1). We believe it was sent from the far edge of the zone we call the Stellar Graveyard, but there were no location markers in the message and portions were garbled as though it was damaged in transmission.…

Gun Battles on the Moon

One of the things I want to bring into Aliens & Asteroids is the effects of various environments on combat. And two of the big things I’ve been struggling with are zero-gravity and zero-atmosphere, so I thought I’d write about that struggle. Let’s describe a scenario. For example, let’s say that we have a group…

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