Heroic Moments—Vol. 1, Issue #3: St. Patrick's Day Parade (4C) PDF
Rogue Genius Games
Purple Duck Games is proud to present Heroic Moments #3: St. Patrick's Day Parade (Special Edition)!
A joyous parade celebrating St. Patrick's Day, a jealous Celtic goddess seeking revenge, and a gigantic, nightmarish creature straight from myth. Can you save the St. Patrick's Day Parade and its spectators from certain doom?
Also includes two new powers, a new Origin, and a bonus appendix with two ready-to-play Celtic-themed heroes.
Heroic Moments is the ashchan series of single action scenes for four-color superhero games. This series is designed to be dropped seamlessly into any existing superhero campaign. No prep: just a set-up, some bystanders & a villain for your heroes to clobber.
Heroic Moments uses the free 4C System of marvelous superheroics.
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