Fragile Minds

A mind is a wonderful thing to waste!

Bring a climate of fear to your table with Fragile Minds, the complete cosmic horror toolkit for Spycraft 2.0! This huge product expands the innovative stress system to incorporate insanity, forbidden tomes, shock and dread, and Things That Should Not Be!

Fragile Minds does not rely on other Crafty Games products, and is easily applied to any Spycraft game, from a military campaign featuring the true horrors of war to a full-blown Lovecraftian romp.

This landmark Spycraft expansion includes… 

  • Horror! Test the player characters’ mettle with new events and campaign qualities. Introduce realistic or supernatural horror to your seasons! Make magic a truly dark art with rules for forbidden knowledge and stress-inducing magic!
  • Madness! Push characters to the breaking point and beyond with new and enhanced rules for stress damage, including mental injuries on the loathsome Table of Sproing! Go crazy with rules for insanity and mental conditions: creeping paranoia, violent hallucinations, catatonia, schizophrenia, and more. It’s all here!
  • Lore! Learn deadly secrets and spells with an all-new set of rules for Forbidden Knowledge and the dastardly tomes that contain it. Take your game to the next level with story-driven mechanics that plant you firmly behind the wheel! Too bad you’re pointed at a cliff…
  • Monsters! Challenge your team with a liberal sampling of creatures designed for cosmic horror and cinematic play. Fray the edges of your PC’s sanity with serial killers, chainsaw maniacs, mutants, and creatures inspired by the celebrated Cthulhu Mythos!

Fragile Minds is the fifth product in Crafty Games' Toolkit line of products for the Spycraft 2.0 roleplaying game. This .zip file includes both a full-color screen version with art and a printer-friendly version.

Product Information
25 pages
PDF release
Line(s): 
Spycraft 2.0
Line(s): 
Toolkit
Author(s): 
Alex Flagg, Patrick Kapera
Artist(s): 
A4H Studios
Crafty Games Product Number: 
CFG20205
Release Date: 
2007-10-25