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Monday, May 15, 2017

Mercenaries, Spies and Private Eyes now available in PDF (Tunnels & Trolls meets James Bond)


If ever there was a game that I regret never having played, its Mercenaries, Spies and Private Eyes. I own the boxed set and I've been psyched for YEARS to play it, but alas. it simply hasn't happened. I can say the same about Tunnels & Trolls itself, but at least there are a ton of solo adventures your can use with T&T. Heck, there are a ton of solos I've soloed ;)

Still, any game written by Michael Stackpole is probably going to be good. This is no exception. Now to dig my boxed set out of storage.

The PDF of Mercenaries, Spies & Private Eyes is $6.95 at OBS. Print copies are available at the Flying Buffalo site for 10 bucks.

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edit - there IS a MS&PE solo adventure! Need to snag it.

edit2 - MS&PE is currently the #2 best seller at RPGNow

4 comments:

  1. Shows that the T&T system is fairly universal and can be used to run other genres. I've always wanted to use the MSPE system to run a pulp heroes campaign.

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  2. Fun fact: MSPE was used as the basis for the 1988 Wasteland RPG, the predecessor to the Fallout series.

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  3. That's very cool, i've been curious about this one since back in the day. I think i stuck with FGU's Daredevils myself.

    What i'd really love is a pdf of the Justice Inc game, a pulp campaign based on the Champions system. A related product was the awesome Lands of Mystery supplement by Aaron Allston.

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  4. We got hundreds of hours of entertainment out of this game!

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