Buffy the Vampire Slayer: One Slayer to Rule them All
Into every generation a Slayer is born. . . nope. Thanks to the gang every potential born becomes a Slayer. How does the Scooby Gang fix this new problem? Roleplaying emphasized, mechanics light.
Into every generation a Slayer is born. One girl in all the world, a Chosen One. One born with the strength and skill to fight the vampires, to stop the spread of their evil yada yada yada. Not anymore; after generations of history that predate the written word things have changed. Thanks to Buffy, Willow and the rest of the Scoobies, now every potential born becomes a Slayer. With the Watchers council gone and all blowed up what will become of all the new Slayers? Thanks to greedy corporations, unscrupulous governments and some bad boyfriends, this change may not have been the best idea. Pick up right where the show left off. You decide how the Scooby Gang fixes this new problem. Roleplaying emphasized, mechanics light.
Then: Sam and Dean retire as Hunters. Now: They've started a school for Hunters. You students will be graded Pass/Fail; pass you live, fail . . . Role playing emphasized, mechanics light.
Supernatural Hunters don't get to retire. Leave it to Sam and Dean to break that rule too; they retired but the story doesn't end. They started a school for would-be hunters. Will this be the beginning of a golden age for Hunters, or will it be yet another sad story in the war of humans versus Supernaturals? It's final exam time for the first graduating class of Sam and Dean's Supernatural Training School. You, the first graduating class, have no idea what your exam will be: vampires, werewolves or even Jefferson starships. You do know two things: 1. It won't be an essay test. 2. You will be graded Pass/Fail; pass you live, fail and well ... you get the point. Role playing emphasized, mechanics light.
The League of Extraordinary Women: Interesting Times
Join some of the greatest women in pop culture. The world is in peril and a woman's work is never done. Men are ok but it will take Women to fix this problem. Role playing emphasized, mechanics light.
Everyone knows the old Chinese proverb/curse but when you have a group with Mary Russell, Anita Blake, Lisbeth Salander, Selene, Menolly D'artigo, Faith and a host of others, you know interesting doesn't begin to describe what's about to happen. Join some of the greatest women in pop culture. To paraphrase Shakespeare: man may be a piece of work but it will take a woman to fix this problem. Once again the world is in peril. Someone must step up to save the day and a woman's work is never done.