Almost a year ago, I took a break from updating Steven S. Long’s “Evangelists Of Mars” to be compatible with Bulletproof Blues 3rd edition. I didn’t mean for that break to last a year, but it did. Tonight I started work on it again. It is the last of the old sourcebooks that needed updating. If all goes well, I’ll have it wrapped up in a few weeks.
Ruins Of Atlanta has been revised and updated to be compatible with Bulletproof Blues third edition (revised). You may also want to check out the third Bulletproof Blues character pack, which has high-resolution illustrations of these characters, along with their Bulletproof Blues Character Sheet Helper files.
Knock on wood, I think the layout and revisions for the updated “Ruins Of Atlanta” are done. I want to give my brain a break from it for a day or two, and give it another once-over, but barring unforeseen events, it ought to be available for download some time this weekend!
Here’s something fun: SeaTac Force, a third party setting using the Bulletproof Blues rules.
While updating these products, we made some minor changes to the Bulletproof Blues Character Sheet Helper. This free product has also been updated.
The rules for Bulletproof Blues 3 are currently available on the RPG Library Open Game Content site. We are currently working on the layout for the print and PDF versions. When those are done, it will be available on DriveThruRPG.
To celebrate the second anniversary of the completion of our Kickstarter, we have made the two “stretch goal” supplements that our Kickstarter paid for into “pay what you want” items on DriveThruRPG. If you have never read the remarkable “Ruins Of Atlanta” by Jason Tondro or the extraordinary “Evangelists Of Mars” by Steven S. Long, this is your chance to do it without spending a dime.
And remember: the art and text from both sourcebooks are released under a Creative Commons Attribute-ShareAlike license, so as long as you use the same license and abide by the terms, you can re-use anything in these supplements in your own game sourcebook.
It’s been a long time since our last update, and I apologize. I am supremely grateful for the patience and good will of our Kickstarter backers.
Everyone who supported our Bulletproof Blues Second Edition Kickstarter at the City Defender level or above ($25) has been sent a free DriveThruRPG coupon for the PDF of Evangelists Of Mars, by Steven S. Long.
In the next few days, we will package up high-resolution versions of the character art from Ruins Of Atlanta and Evangelists Of Mars and release those as Character Art Packs on DriveThruRPG.
Speaking of Ruins Of Atlanta, if you haven’t checked that out, you really should. It’s an amazing combination of setting material, character write-ups, and plot hooks for games. It features some great art by James Shields, and of course the supplement itself is by Doc Comics himself, Jason Tondro!
Thank you for supporting the Bulletproof Blues Second Edition Kickstarter. We appreciate your patience while we work toward fulfilling your stretch goal rewards. Have a safe and happy new year!
Here’s a sneak preview of the Sean Izaakse cover art for Evangelists Of Mars.
Ruins of Atlanta adds setting information to the Kalos Universe, focusing in detail on the people who have chosen to live in the aftermath of the Fall of Paragon, when that hero single-handedly destroyed the city of Atlanta.
The ruins of Atlanta offer an unusual opportunity to combine superhero roleplay with the post-apocalypse genre. Many of the tropes of the post-apocalypse genre are present here: lawless gangs of scavengers, young idealists trying to build a better world, jaded cynics who will do anything to survive, power-hungry warlords, religious fanatics, high-tech enclaves, and even the occasional mutant.
Welcome to the ruins.
The EXTREME EARTH Campaign Setting is now available for Bulletproof Blues Second Edition at DriveThruRPG, complete with character creation guidelines and NPC stat blocks written by Bulletproof Blues creator Brandon Blackmoor!