The Adventure Idea Factory from DwD studios does exactly what it sets out to do. It gives GMs a quick and easy way to create a framework for their SciFi game. Whether you need a one off for a side quest or are looking to set up an entire campaign, the AIF will give you the basics with just a few die rolls.
With 17 pages of pure gaming usefulness, the AIF helps you map out the areas your adventure will take place in. Then it comes up with some helpful descriptors of these areas to give the players a decent picture of where they are. Next comes the primary objective – what the players are after, the big picture. Then, the primary obstacle(s). Last but in the scheme of things, not least at all, the final encounter. Who or what will be standing in the way of the party completing their mission? Providing some quick instructions for putting everything together finishes off this book.
The AIF is a well laid out book with interesting and attractive artwork. Another nice feature is that the PDF is completely bookmarked, making it very easy to find various sections. Even more attractive, it’s system agnostic. Playing Traveler? no problem. Got a Firefly campaign you need to juice up? Got you covered.
A worthy product for any GM running a SciFi scenario. 5 out of 5 stars.
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