I made a tabletop RPG adventure

I still enjoy a good tabletop RPG and decided to make a supplement for the first time since HALT EVIL DOER! a decade ago. It’s for VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE FIFTH EDITION and presently out. Special thanks to Robert Sullivan for editing it and providing the art.

“Modius is dead and the whole city of Gary is a suspect!”

The Murder of Modius is a Chronicle for Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition made for 2-5 players. It is set in Gary, Indiana where the player characters have been summoned in order to investigate the death of the deeply despised but still powerful Prince. Along the way they will deal with Anarchs, Camarilla, the Second Inquisition, Thin Bloods, and wraiths. They will also discover the shocking motive that ties to the presence of a sleeping methuselah.

Can the players solve this baffling murder? Do they want to?

The Murder of Modius contains:

* A complete 72 page Chronicle dealing with the death of Gary’s Pauper Prince.

* A complete write-up of Gary as a setting for Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition.

* Ten adventure hooks for spicing up the players’ experiences in Gary.

* Ten SPC write-ups for Gary’s Kindred.

Available here and Available here

2 thoughts on “I made a tabletop RPG adventure

  1. Hi, I just found your books, and they sound awesome! My problem, however, is I don’t know which series to read first, I mean, listen to first. I can only read on audible books. Your current fans say you have a fantastic sense of humour. I am looking forward to reading your books, and I believe either of the two series I begin will be just right. And I won’t even have to run Goldilocks out of my house. Thanks ever so much, Evanlee


    • I strongly recommend The Rules of Supervillainy or Space Academy Dropouts as a place to begin. Both are fantastic audiobooks. If you like urban fantasy either I was a Teenage Weredeer or Straight Outta Fangton. 🙂


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