Fiasco Playsets

The Definitive Collection of Playsets for the Fiasco RPG

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Neon City Nights

Neon City Nights

Miami, 1986 – a vibrant city of million-dollar mansions, palm-lined boulevards, glittering waves and sun-soaked beaches during a decade defined by material excess, pastel colors and nascent digital technologies. But when the sun goes down, the city becomes a very different place. Bathed in the glow o… Read On »

The New Drug

The New Drug

The same old thing, over and over and over again. The city's pretty used to the same old things looping again and again but something's is about to burst that bubble wide open. A new drug that just about to hit the streets. Something totally different and full of possibilities. Everyone's hearing… Read On »

News Channel Six

News Channel Six

By Chris Norwood, Ken Coble, and Tom Gurganus

Times are tough at Action Six News. We’re last place in an already small market and losing ground all the time. It’s not like much news-worthy stuff happens in this crappy little town anyway, and those bastards over at Action News Eleven always seem to be one step ahead of us! With advertising rev… Read On »

Nights of Our Lives

Nights of Our Lives

By Luke Bayne, Alexandra Cendecki, Zachary Jacobi, Natascha Van Lieshout, Stephanie Settle, Chris Sturgess, and Bolt Touma

On tonight’s episode... You finally got a good look at the Nosferatus, the new family that moved in next door. The teenage son is soooo cute (if a little pale)! Funny how you only seem to see their family after dark. You’ll just have to execute a ridiculously elaborate plan to get to know him. Your par… Read On »

No Luck Atoll

No Luck Atoll

You find yourselves washed onto the shore of a tropical island, with no idea if help is on it’s way. The ship you were on has sunk beneath the waves and you and your fellow survivors are going to have to eke out a survival in this remote location. Still, at least the worst is behind you, right? Read On »

No Strings Attached

No Strings Attached

By Peter Ray and Aaron King

No Strings Attached is all you need to start your own FIASCO game based on the works of Jim Henson. Maybe you're a group of fuzzies racing cross-country in a stolen bus trying to save your local theater. Maybe you're trying to save you're buddy from running away and learn a lesson about friendship… Read On »

Objective Zebra

Objective Zebra

By Jérôme "Brand" Larré

It is anything but quiet aboard the U.S. Navy submarine SS-495, the USS Saddleback. She’s on reduced battery power, nestled in the soft mud of the North Sea somewhere off the coast of Lower Saxony. It is the middle of World War II. Your mission has gone awry, your boat is sunk, and the horrible g… Read On »

On the Rez

On the Rez

This playset for Fiasco takes place on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, one of the poorest places in all of the United States. The Oglala Lakota have lived around here for centuries; the infamous Wounded Knee massacre occurred right here on the rez. 80% unemployment, an average income under… Read On »

Ongoing Missions

Ongoing Missions

By J Lang

Although mankind has set out to explore the final frontiers, he has yet to learn to leave his darkest impulses behind him. Even as he travels with amazing technological wonders, he still finds himself embroiled in travails of his own making. No matter what cosmic marvels he may see, he still finds… Read On »

Operators

Operators

By Colin Langenberg

The murkier elements that fight in the wars of the world often find themselves tangled up in clusterfucks more complex than any normal combatant would ever encounter. Even outside of combat, soldiers of fortune tend to find themselves involved with the shady, the shitty and the downright sick. Read On »

Outrageous Fortune

Outrageous Fortune

By Megan Pedersen

“The play’s the thing wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the king” – Hamlet, Act 2, Scene ii Your mom married your uncle. Your girlfriend couldn’t wait to kill herself over you. And you just found out you’ve been walking around with a donkey’s head all afternoon. Life is tough in ol’ Bill Shakespeare’s wor… Read On »