Asteroid miners are not any better than dwarves in fantasy. Always digging too deep. This map is based on the concept of a "space dungeon" and finding something ancient and alien locked inside a remote asteroid, Cthonus.
This 50x100 square map is divided into three sections:
- The main level with a loading/hangar bay, engineering facilities, a control center, and crew quarters. - The bottom level... [click here for more]
2159 AD. It is a good time to be alive. The nations of the world still exist, but they have become more civilized, and we have expanded into the rest of our solar system. But, alas, it is not to be our time. Something approaches, a thing on an orbit from far away. Seemingly a large shard of dark matter, this object is known in obscure prophecy as the Chthonian Star. It is awakening things long thought... [click here for more]
The cultists had it all wrong. What if the stars came right and no-one even noticed? Shadowfall takes you to a 1984 where the governments of the world reached an accomodation with some of the universe's horrors and set a watch for the rest, at the cost of giving up what was once best about humanity. Freedom, pity, tolerance -- they've all been traded for security and paranoia, and the powers-that-be... [click here for more]
File Under: Atmospheric Space Horror Music / Dark Ambient
A simple offering to spruce up the terror, unease, and, of course, dread in your space horror, dark future, and/or dark fantasy tabletop games. You may also just want to existentially chill out to the release and feel the uncaring universe cradle your never-ending fears. Included are ten... [click here for more]
"Of course I know it's out there waiting for us. What else would it do besides be some kind of ominous, murderous nothing?"
This track is for you to use how you like, but the intent here is something as background music for your dark sci-fi, horror, or bleak fantasy games. We have found it is particularly effective as ambient texturing for rpg sessions that involve space travel, remote... [click here for more]
It was insanity. We were going back. To... to that place. I swear to you, I could feel our ship's navcom resisting the coordinates we typed in. I can't get what happened to Jenkins out of my mind. "Space madness" they called it. "Pilot error" they also said. They read our reports. They knew what Jenkins said she found. But they didn't listen. Home Office never listens... A revisit to the... [click here for more]