We’re going to be adding downloads to this page that will add even more sinister, twisted enjoyment to your exploration of Promethea.
First up are the two Map Packs of Promethea. Right click here (save as…, etc) to download the PDF of part one, and here for part two. These are brand new as of the 1st of July. (Please note, the map download is for personal use only. It may not be printed and sold on for your personal financial gain. We know YOU wouldn’t but, hey, there are some real cretins out there. You know how it is.)
Secondly, here’s the PDF of the Character Sheets, to save you bending your book into weird shapes to get it to fit on the scanner. Again, personal use only please. Don’t make us pout. You wouldn’t like us when we’re pouting.
For our third download, Steve Ironside has prepared a digest of the most significant question and answer sessions we’ve had about the rules since the game launched. This will be updated periodically. Here is the current DHLoF-Questions. (Uploaded 29th July, 2012)
The fourth download also comes from Steve Ironside. We’ve had a few requests for a quickplay guide for folks who want to have a quick look at a stripped down version of the system, or for folks running a convention game. Well, here is the DHLoF-Quickplay as a downloadable PDF. It’s like Christmas in July!! (First uploaded 29th July, 2012)
Our fifth download comes courtesy of Pawel ‘Chimera’ Cybula, and is one for our Polish readers. Pawel has written up one of his own DH:LoF scenarios, presented here in PDF form. Here’s a little information about it:
Piękne bywalczynie salonów i nielegalne operacje chirurgiczne.
Zamachy bombowe i śledztwo DSF.
Walki, pościgi oraz niebezpieczne rozgrywki psychologiczne.
To wszystko czeka trójkę młodych bohaterów, która wybrała się w pozornie niewinną podróż do stolicy Prometei.
Witamy w Bukareszcie – gdzie nikt nie jest do końca tym, za kogo się podaje…
Beautiful socialites and illegal surgeries.
Bomb attacks and a DSF investigation.
Fights, chases and dangerous mind games.
All these waiting for three young protagonists, who went on an apparently innocent trip to the capital of Promethea.
Welcome to Bucharest – where no one truly is who they claim to be.
Our thanks to Pawel, and our condolences to any of you who can’t read Polish.