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Princess's Pizza Party!

The first module for Bill "teh ebil bunneh"'s Blood and Justice setting has hit DriveThruRPG just in time for Halloween!

Princess’s Pizza Party was a whimsical place, full of fun and adventure for kids of all ages. Every kid in Nocturne wanted to hold their birthday party here. It was filled with music, games, laughter, and great pizza. But then Hurricane Kaelyn hit the city and, like so many other places, Princess’s Pizza Party was no more. But even before the restaurant closed down, there had been strange and disturbing rumors circling around the place. Rumors of people going missing, strange lights and sounds inside when the restaurant was supposed to be closed, odd smells coming from the kitchen, weird people reserving the party rooms, strange occult symbols scratched on the walls in the restrooms, and more. Maybe they were just rumors about a place that was past its prime, and no longer as fresh and fun as it once seemed. But then again, most rumors are at least a little bit true...

Princess’s Pizza Party contains the following:

*A complete history of Princess’s Pizza Party, once a place of fun and whimsy, now desolate and abandoned.

*5 Adventure Seeds that a GM can use to flesh out their own adventures

*1 full-length adventure, The Darkness.

*6 new supervillains to challenge your Blood & Justice vigilantes and anti-heroes.

*2 new minions or foes

Blood and Justice Now Available for Print on Demand!

The first official setting for one of the world's best superhero games is now available for print on demand! From a fan: "I backed Blood and Justice: Welcome to Nocturne as a Kickstarter, as I was looking for something with a little more grit than than the 4 Color world of Prowlers and Paragons, and I was not disappointed. The main reason why I backed the book is to have the Gritty Combat Rules, but this book is much more than that. I was quite happy that the book gives guidelines for making your own characters or archetypes that allow for quick customization instead. If that is too much work, there is a whole set of characters in the back of the book, that can be handed out to players instead. As for the city of Nocturne, the author gives just the right amount of detail for the city (a fictionalized version of New Orleans) to be believable. I was really happy with the addition of encouraging players to add details. For example, what is their favorite hangout and what their home street is like. I highly recommend this book."

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