We’re super excited that Mothership: Player’s Survival Guide and Mothership: Dead Planet were nominated for FOUR ENnies awards this year! We’re also honored to be nominated as a Fan Favorite Publisher.
A Pound of Flesh is a brand new module for the Mothership Sci-Fi Horror RPG. It's largely centered around the notorious space station, Prospero's Dream, a grimy and sprawling outer-rim black marketplace where mercenaries and raiders rub elbows with spooks and slickscreen stars. The Dream is a cramped city-sized criminal haven where anything can be bought or sold and any crew can find well paying work (if they're willing to get their hands dirty). Written by Chance Phillips and Donn Stroud with art & layout by Sean McCoy and others to be announced.
That’s right, Tuesday Knight Games is releasing our first ever roleplaying game, Mothership: the Sci-Fi Horror RPG. If you like Aliens, Event Horizon, or Dead Space, you’ll love Mothership.
You’ll be able to snag a print copy at our booth at Origins, with the PDF going up on DriveThruRPG shortly after.
Mothership is a sci-fi horror roleplaying game where you and your crew try to survive in the most inhospitable environment in the universe: outer space! You'll excavate dangerous derelict spacecraft, explore strange unknown worlds, exterminate hostile alien life, and examine the horrors that encroach upon your every move. Choose from one of four classes:
Teamsters, the rough and tumble workers. More versatile at first level, Teamsters can be anything from engineers, to pilots, to asteroid miners.
Scientists, doctors, researches or anyone who wants to slice open aliens (or infected crew members) with a scalpel. Become an expert in genetics or xenobiology - or protect your crew from deadly viruses.
Androids are an exciting and terrifying addition to any crew. Powerful due to their supreme intellect, speed, and near-immunity to fear, they tend to unnerve other crew members with their cold inhumanity.
Marines are here to shoot bugs and chew bubblegum. They're handy in a fight, and better when grouped together, but be wary when a marine panics because it could spell doom for the rest of your crew.