RPGKC Game Events

Kansas City, MO, US

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Character level 2

Written by Robert G. McCreary

A deserted ship named the Acreon arrives at Absalom Station from hyperspace, towing behind it a mysterious asteroid dubbed the Drift Rock. The PCs come to Absalom Station to join the Starfnder Society but soon find themselves caught up in a gang war instigated by two factions—the Hardscrabble Collective, the scrappy mining clan that owns the Acreon; and Astral Extractions, the large corporation that hired the ship.

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The Dresden Files RPG
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Written by Wade Tripp

Using the FATE system a group of what some might call heroes are trying to solve an issue (or cause it) that would disrupt how things are going in Kansas City. This is set after Death Masks, but no need to read the novels (but lots of references if you know where to look).

The Department of Magical Security is taking over and in charge of the Army, Navy, and even the post office as disasters is happening. And the one person who has a key to stopping all this may be a former White Council Jasper.

For details about the campaign, you can go to Dresden KC details

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Savage Worlds
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Written by Grady Elliott

Somewhere in the off-grid tunnels of Marathon Free Station, a silent killer is on the loose. The occupation of Marathon may be over, but someone in the Warrens is still fighting a war of revenge, murdering veterans who fought in the battle to free Marathon. Now it's up to the Athena Security firm to find the killer and bring them to justice.

An online preview of the Terracide setting is available here:


All materials provided, including pre-generated characters.

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Shadowrun Fifth Edition
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We'll be running Shadowrun Fifth Edition and the scenarios will vary based on experience level of the players present. Mostly official Missions organized play. If mostly new players are at the table, we will play intro adventures with simplified rules. If mostly experienced players are at the table we'll do more involved scenarios and no one will walk away alive. Um, did I say that out loud?

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