Carcosa – Warning: For Adults Only! Contains explicit DriveThruRPG: Your One -Stop Shop for the Best in RPG PDF Files! The Largest RPG. In addition to making Carcosa look like a grimoire (but not in the gaudy way many RPG books have attempted this in the past), I also found. Ok, fuck it. Let’s do this thing. This is a review of Geoffrey McKinney’s Carcosa, a setting and heavily-modified OSR game published by LotFP.

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Well, it certainly does that; but to what useful end?! The world of Carcosa is I’ve never liked what happens to players if they figure out how to operate the telescope. Groovy, I like a lot of LotFP stuff and use it so I’m well versed in making those adjustments in material if needed for the table. The linking in the pdf is incredible though.

Desert Rat February 19, at 9: I find it interesting. Anyone that’s already bought it will of course be able to re-download it in the revised form. And I agree that Broodmother Skyfortress lays out the strategy really well.



I really liked the psionic rules, so I sprinkled a bunch of psi-active artefacts around the rest of my setting, too. In other words, its the fact that Carcosa or rather, its author doesn’t seem to want to just admit how stupid it is that gets to me.

A lot of stuff probably happens in a small fantasy world town. Roger Burgess February 16, at Carcosa is pages.

The only other compliant I have with it is that the PDF is, as a practical matter, utterly unprintable. Following are only some of the possible ways to use this volume: Desert Rat February 21, at Why review it or talk about it? That this hope involves unleashing horrifically destructive technologies says a lot.

Experiences Running LotFP’s Carcosa? : rpg

Savagist February 18, at 6: The Old Ones and their minions will in my mindover a long period of time, get blown away by men armed to the teeth. I agree with you. I just finished up running a campaign of OGL 3. These are only roughly statted out in some cases cqrcosa even detailing what type of damage they do with attacks and given brief descriptions, but they’re complete enough that crcosa could be usable by any OSR GM worth his salt.


Sounds disgusting and juvenile.

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Log in or sign up in seconds. Below is my prep. The best, most straightforward psionics system ever.

I don’t really want to ‘create an account’ just to buy another book. Figured out cool hotspots on the map and planned a potential itinerary around them. In his defense, McKinney compares himself yet again to another old-school great, M.

Submit a new link. That’s still completely up to whoever’s running the game. If you want a print version, why not buy the book? Please browse through our FAQ before posting. The author’s defense of all this is that it “increases uncertainty” in the game.