Fiasco Playsets

The Definitive Collection of Playsets for the Fiasco RPG

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Adrilankha

Adrilankha

Life in the Empire’s greatest (remaining) city isn’t ever easy, but opportunity can appear at the most unexpected moments. A chance encounter, a stolen glance, an inattentive button-man, and the world can be your oyster. Sometimes, though, you’re the oyster, and the world is that blunt knife getti… Read On »

Archer

Archer

By Luke Bayneand Chris Sturgess

Terrorists are planning to destroy vital pipelines, people are being kidnapped for ransom, and who knows what foreign dictators are plotting. Only one thing stands to protect the world from these madmen, the International Secret Intelligence Service, ISIS. The American public can rest well knowing… Read On »

Attack of the 50-foot Fiasco

Attack of the 50-foot Fiasco

By Tim Ellis and Gage Smith

Attack of the 50 foot Fiasco is a sendup of the 50’s B-movie horror genre. A black and white slurry of all the thrills, chills, and low budget special effects you can handle. It may have came from outer space, but one thing’s for sure, it’s going to be a fiasco. Read On »

Bats!

Bats!

It has been said that it is impossible to make a game about superheroes, because everyone wants to be Batman. Well, I suppose when everyone isn’t trying to be Wolverine. Anyway, for the first time, everyone can now be Batman! In this case, everyone gets to be a slightly different version of B… Read On »

Bear Trouble

Bear Trouble

By Eric Riley and Bill Parker

Washington DC’s gay community is bursting at the seams, and you’ve got a taste for the burly, chubby, and hirsute men. You’ve got to run with the bears, and the scene can be harsh. Your lives are a complicated social strata of nightclubs, private parties, workout routines, queer politics, and oh so ma… Read On »

The Big Society

The Big Society

By James Surry

Middle England, 2014. Skies greyer than factory steel. The Local Authority’s got no money, and the residents even less: a crowning achievement of Cameron’s Britain. Unanswered questions, zero opportunities, and a lack of any-fucking-thing-to-do raise tensions between old and new residents. But we’… Read On »