Kickstarter to Protect Detroit
New Savage Worlds Kickstarter launched Monday, June 29th.
Melior Via, LLC, publishers of the critically acclaimedAccursed and Hope Preparatory School game settings have launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance their new RPG setting. The Thin Blue Line: A Detroit Police Story is a modern horror setting, where players take on the role of officers of the Detroit Police Department. They must deal with Detroit’s mundane criminal issues as well as its hidden paranormal threats. The crowdfunding campaign went live at Noon (EDT), on June 29, 2015.
About the setting:
Calamity brews in Detroit. Paranormal activity is on the rise. An angry spirit, a dangerous creature, or a pack of desperate cultists hides under every sewer cover and within every abandoned building.
Corktown has a secret, though. Its crew of supposed washouts are either psychics or have encountered the paranormal. The officers of Corktown Precinct stand between the city and paranormal onslaught. These damaged, over-worked, and under-paid officers must keep paranormal activity in Detroit under wraps and out of sight. No mean feat in a city as old, large, and haunted as Detroit. Corktown officers face constant threats from mundane crime, paranormal forces, as well as their inner demons and growing madness.
Do they have what it takes? Can they stand against the growing threats, or will they be consumed, along with the city they guard? The Thin Blue Line is a modern horror setting for Savage Worlds tabletop role playing game.
About the Creators:
Jason Marker and John Dunn have designed roleplaying games for many properties, including Star Wars, Shadowrun, Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay, Robotech, and Malifaux. They have decades of experience working in the gaming industry and are very excited about bringing a new twist on modern horror RPGs. Both bring their combined creativity, experience, and passion to the project.
Kickstarter Project: https://goo.gl/E85P5i
The Thin Blue Line website:http://www.thinbluelinerpg.com/
Melior Via, LLC website: www.meliorvia.com