The mercenaries all nodded their agreement. Dahn’tyu spoke up. “Maybe we can lure the big ones out, into this cafeteria. If we can take them out in small groups, we should prevail. The smaller ones do not seem to be much of a threat, but I am uncertain about the bloated one.”
Dahn’tyu reached out with his psionic powers. “I do not detect any movement throughout that ventilation system, nor do I hear any scratching on the other side of the door. I do not believe they are aware of our presence. We should proceed with the plan and take out as many as we can in this room. The bloated one did not look small enough to fit through the door.”
The mercenaries nodded their agreement. “I can lure them out with my handflamer. It should startle them enough to at least investigate,” said Sthol.
Welcome to Mercenary Breed 2.0!
Mercenary Breed is a science fiction action and adventure toolkit and sandbox setting for Legend. The core setting set is broken into three rulebooks: Mercenary’s Handbook, Galaxy Guide, and Xenopedia. The Galaxy Guide is the Game Master’s guide including everything they need to build their own galaxy, expand on the Argo Galaxy sandbox setting with new planets and corporations, and create missions.
Mercenary Breed is designed to embrace all styles of science fiction setting and campaign design with a number of toolkits and discussions to make that happen. Galaxy Guide provides a number of building kits and discussions to allow the Game Master to create whatever science fiction themed setting or campaign they desire.
Galaxy Guide includes:
- Details about the Argo Galaxy and how to create your own.
- Five planets and a toolkit to create your own.
- Four megacorporations and a toolkit to create your own.
- Information on how to utilize other employers that are not megacorporations.
- A guide for traveling through outer space.
- GM advice on creating sci-fi missions.
- A toolkit to create random missions.
- Three sample adventures.
- A collection of Legendary Tales.
- … and much more!
Mercenary Breed requires the Legend core rulebook to play. It fully conforms to the OGL and contains a wealth of Open Game Content for sci-fi games using Legend.
Sample: Planet Building Kit
Category – RPG Setting Guide
Authors – Aaron T. Huss, Curtis Lyon, Sarah Lyon
System – Legend
Release Date – June 9, 2014