M&M Superlink: Evil Genius #2—Crime & Punishment (OGL) PDF
Lame Mage Productions
Evil Genius #2: Crime & Punishment is a collection of four adventures for M&M Superlink Second Edition. Robbery, extortion, kidnapping, and general mayhem, plus the price you pay for doing all of the above. Crime does not pay, but there's always someone who didn't get the memo.
Includes new Action Shticks (like Sinking Ships, Take Out the Guns!, Hit by a Car and Playing In Traffic), GM Craft tips, and variants to let you adjust the adventures to fit your game. Learn how to Run Crime Games and deal with Dead End Detective Work.
Later releases in the Evil Genius series will cover other adventure themes, because the real evil genius isn't the criminal mastermind, it's the person behind the GM's screen. Just remember, don't do the crime if you can't do the time.
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