Fandom-Based

This category is intended to hold games that are based in fandoms and media.

  1. Coldspire Weyr: A Dragonriders of Pern RPG

    In the West Two islands rest And put endurance to the test...

    Welcome to Pern... and to the most inhospitable of Weyrs, frozen Coldspire Weyr, upon the northernmost of the two largest islands of the Western Ring.

    All references to worlds and characters based on Anne McCaffrey's fiction are copyright© Anne McCaffrey 1967,2000, all rights reserved, and used by permission of the author.

    The Dragonriders of Pern® is registered U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, by Anne McCaffrey, used here with permission. Use or reproduction without a license is strictly prohibited.

    This website is for entertainment only—no one is making money and all due credit goes to Anne McCaffery.

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  2. Earth 777: The Legacy of the X

    MANKIND VERSUS MUTANTKIND—MUTANTKIND VERSUS ITSELF

    Earth 777... one of myriad and infinite Earth dimensions.

     
    The year is two thousand and eighteen, in the common era.  President Scott Fairfield faces off with hardliner President Arkady Komarov in Russia.  And never have relations between normals and mutants been more strained.
     
    In many major cities, mutants have been relegated into ghettolike districts.  With few exceptions, law enforcement is intolerant and heavy-handed, and the civilian police are armed with anti-mutant equipment and training, provided by the government.
     
    District X, in New York City, is one of the exceptions.
     
    Located in the neighborhoods of Alphabet City and Greenwich Village, the District has become something of a promised land for mutants.  Headed by a progressive and sympathetic police captain, the Third Precinct is far more accepting of mutants and their issues.  The portrait of District X is not, however, entirely idyllic.  The rising mutant population there has become a cause for concern...  eyes are watching.
     
    District X, the United States and the world itself—all are powderkegs.  Can Earth survive?
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