I like a real “kitchen-sink” style fantasy campaign; one in which I can seamlessly drop in my favorite demon lord from the classic Monster Manual to perhaps offer assistance against some Lovecraft inspired lake creatures who have kidnapped friends of the PCs for a horrible transformation. Originally designed with the Sorcery of Magic World in mind, I recently re-vamped the rules to incorporate the concepts of Enlightened Magic. Still included are classes from Classic Fantasy, muskets, trains, and flying ships.
So here it is, re-imagined and edited, your favorite campiagn of post-apocalyptic pseudo-renaissance steam-punkish flare and an ancient dragon empire over the map of Pangea . . . Grab your enchanted shortsword and telekinetic flintlock-style pistol and let’s jump aboard the next train to Iredella – let's go vampire hunting!
Included are a map of the area, a Campaign Guide with tons of original Fluff, and a Character Guide for the crunch (includes some house rules that show how I've handled certain aspects of the BRP system).
Use this material as you will, and if you decide to borrow from my ideas, please allow me the courtesy of due credit, as I have done for Lynn Willis' team at Chaosium and Rodney Leary. This idea was originally cooked up as a BRP Monograph submission, but life beckons me to other projects. I am not an editor, or a professional writer (I have The City of Charter that appeared in The Rifter, #61 to my credit), so expect typos and other shenanigans.
You won't find rules for train hijacking or high-altitude ship to ship combat - if that is desired, let me know and I'll see what I can recommend or come up with. In the meantime, I plan to develop the city central to my campaign in this setting (Indracore) for a similar gratis publication, so keep an eye out for that one, too.
Your feedback, questions, and comments are of course sought and warmly welcomed.
Thank you for checking this out! - John P. Meyers.