Conspiracies, red meat for the masses, the tantalizing mysteries and puzzles built to comfort those afraid of the painful truth. The sanctuary of madmen, unwilling to admit the world is a dangerous place without direction.
It is somehow less frightening to believe that a sinister cabal is orchestrating every terrible event than to admit that events are out of control, beyond the grasp of human management. Conspiracy Theories are comforting, they tell us that all was once well before the bad people came, and if the villains could be removed, all would be well again. Those that believe such things are part of a lunatic fringe, seeking impossible explanations for either inexplicable tragedy or the frighteningly simple truth that all is not well with the world. At least, that is what the powers that be want the cattle of the world to believe.
Take care whilst reading this sourcebook, ignorance of the truth is a protection all its own. Within one will find:
- Details on the world’s most pervasive and sinister cabals such as the Illuminati and Freemasons
- Top secret information not intended for civilians
- Insight into the shadow world of black government operations
- The truth about alien involvement with human development and the complicity of the great powers in the abduction of the world’s citizens by extraterrestrials
- The secret shocking truth of the bloodline of Jesus
- All of the above cunningly disguised as rules for Spycraft 2.0 such as new feats, talents, classes, and equipment
More Than Meets the Eye!
This 96-page PDF details a contemporary-age installation ideal for military espionage and reconnaissance missions or as a commercial shipyard facility. Includes: Aerial and underground maps. Highly detailed grayscale floor plans. Concisely described buildings and areas. Military routines and patrols. Civilian and military background and interaction. Extensive background, adventure plots, and encounters. This product also has a free Spycraft 2.0 conversion PDF by Andrew Popowich.
One murder made a villain, millions a hero. Princes were privileged to kill, and numbers sanctified the crime. - "Death" line 154 Beilby Porteus.
It is said that a man is to be judged by the quality of his enemies. Your agents deserve the best and we're here to help! Collected within is the ultimate gallery of scoundrels, masterminds and murderers, perfectly suited to test the determination of the world's finest intelligence operatives.
Put the control back into game control!
- Torment the players of your Spycraft season with 17 complete villains: Complete agent briefings to pass on the information your players would have. Complete Game control briefings to reveal the information your players wish they had. Serial and season hooks to easily set your agents against the villain. Statistics designed to oppose parties of all levels.
- Test our agents' mettle with an all-new class: the Terrorist.
- Make your villains even more villainous with a dozen new feats.
- Add to the menace with eight new threat resouces.
- Further refine your villains with new agendas.
- Make agents quake in their boots with an all-new system for reputations and notoriety.
- If it wasn't already hard enough on the agents: rules for crowds and innocent bystanders
See the world, meet interesting people - and kill them.
In every nation, for all the eons of history, there have been those that stand a watch, who fight for those who remain blissfully unaware of the need for battle. Combat Missions features fifteen challenging assaults against a wide variety of seemingly-unrelated foes. These missions are ideal for one-off inserts into your existing serial, or run in a series. In the Combat Missions campaign option, your agents face off against a sinister conspiracy, brought to light through the apparently unrelated events, and they must bring it down before the conspirators bury them.
Fat Dragon Games has teamed up with Crafty Games to bring you the best terrain and models for your Spycraft RPG.
The Skyshark is an easy to build 28mm stealth helicopter perfect for Spycraft or any other sci-fi or modern RPG.
Small but mighty...
The pistol-caliber carbine occupies an awkward tactical niche. Not as compact as a pistol, not as powerful as a rifle, and lacking a submachine gun's automatic fire... what's to recommend it? How about virtually no recoil, man-killing accuracy out to 200 meters, the same ammo and magazines as your sidearm, and civilian-legal purchase around the world – all in a lightweight polymer package you can hide in a tennis racket bag? Interested now? Yeah, we thought so...
Shooter's Guide: Pistol-Caliber Carbines is 93 Games Studio's first weapon supplement for the Twilight: 2013 roleplaying game. It examines the advantages and disadvantages of the "PCC" and provides detailed Reflex System information for 11 families of carbines and 7 companion handguns. Weapons detailed in this document include the Beretta Cx4/Px4 Storm, the Kel-Tec SUB-2000, the classic M1 carbine, and more. This dual-statted product also provides weapon traits and new qualities and feats for Spycraft 2.0. Whether you're walking point through the ruins of Chicago or running a low-profile covert op on Embassy Row in Belgrade, something here is sure to be a useful addition to your armory.
The greatest guns that never were...
For every gun that becomes a household name, there's one that falls by the wayside of martial history. We all know the famous successes – but what about the weapons that were too expensive, too eccentric, or just too advanced for their time? And what if history had swung a slightly different way to bring one of those lost guns into production instead? Would this be your rifle?
Shooter's Guide: Alternate Arms is 93 Games Studio's second weapon supplement for the Twilight: 2013 roleplaying game. It provides a look at an esoteric collection of firearms that never made it past the prototype stage, including the Enfield EM-2, the Colt SCAMP, and Heckler & Koch's caseless G11 family. All in all, over a dozen weapons are detailed with Reflex System game information – and this product is fully dual-statted for use with Spycraft 2.0, too!
Fine Old World craftsmanship...
The bolt-action rifle was the infantry rifle of choice for the first decades of the 20th century; the assault rifle for the last. Between these two eras, though, a different and lethal breed of firearm ruled the battlefield. No plastic-clad poodle-shooters or effete science fiction props, the battle rifles of the early Cold War were solid, sturdy, and lethal. For the rifleman who wants range and punch in a package with classic aesthetics and the weight of history, there's still no substitute...
Shooter's Guide: Cold Warriors is 93 Games Studio's fourth weapon supplement for the Twilight: 2013 roleplaying game. It includes detailed Reflex System traits for 16 battle rifles and their variants, ranging from the first pre-WWII examples of the breed to those of the middle Cold War. This dual-statted product also provides traits for agents to deploy these weapons in Spycraft 2.0 missions. Lock and load, rifleman - the Known-Distance Range awaits!
The battle does not always go to the big guns...
The first rule of gunfighting is to have a gun. Sure, a shotgun is an "I Win" button at close quarters and a sniper rifle lets you reach out and touch someone from a half-mile away, but there are times when you just can't carry a shoulder arm. Hostage negotiations, formal occasions, first dates, undercover assignments, and cold nights when the bad guys have you on your knees - these are the moments when the best gun is the one no one knows you have.
Shooter's Guide: Undercover Arms is 93 Games Studio's third weapon supplement for the Twilight: 2013 roleplaying game. It provides detailed Reflex System information for 21 families of ultra-compact handguns and other concealable firearms, as well as rules for weapon concealment and detection. Ancillary concealed carry equipment also receives attention, from holster purses to tactical underwear. This dual-statted product also provides weapon and equipment traits and new qualities and feats for Spycraft 2.0. So put on your tuxedo and holster up - your unsuspecting public awaits!