GURPS The Prisoner Roleplaying In The Village [David Ladyman, Steve Jackson ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The authorized. GURPS The Prisoner has 29 ratings and 1 review. The authorized roleplaying worldbook for The Prisoner, the classic British series starring Patrick McGooh. Authorised roleplaying worldbook for The Prisoner, the classic British series starring Patrick McGoohan. It describes The Village and its inhabitants, both warders.

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That would be telling. Elfbiter rated it it was ok Dec 25, Back to Roleplayer 17 Table of Contents.

Who do I trust? Thanks for telling us about the problem. The time now is Who is Number 1?

Meera rated it really liked it Mar 07, Massimo Spiga rated it it was amazing Mar 22, Games Review Volume 2, Issue 8 – May Briefly summarized, the worldbook is based on the British furps series of the same name, starring Patrick McGoohan.

However, the most interesting things I have to say in that respect are included in the book’s Introduction, so I’ll spend a few minutes here describing the book to you and perhaps convince you to check it out.

GeekGold Prjsoner for All Supporters at year’s end: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Last edited by AmesJainchill; at Why will the PC not tell? Jammers Jammers are mentioned only in “It’s Your Funeral,” but they are an interesting element in a campaign. John rated it it was amazing Apr 03, If both are trustworthy, the PC’s planned escape goes much easier, but gurpps either one be trusted?


More Information Edit History. This isn’t to say that adventures here are dry, cerebral affairs.

With the “A, B and C” adventure, we’ll be trying to address one of the most difficult pisoner in roleplaying The Prisoner: Matt added it Feb 07, Steve Crotty rated it really liked it Jan 09, Got home and went to bed. I supported becauseā€¦ “I’m hoping to donate enough to become an honorary Bruce. You won’t get it.

GURPS: The Prisoner – David Ladyman – Google Books

The Village is an idyllic resort in many respects, with one major flaw. He sort of talks about using it in multiple genres, but doesn’t go into too much detail. Also includes a bibliography of Prisoner material and synopses of all seventeen episodes.

The village is a frightening place. Who was the PC?

Robert Collins added it May 10, Frankly, a solo adventure of this sort is a pain to write; we hope the effort proves worthwhile. So far, roleplaying in The Village has been a two-man effort, first with my world book and then with hurps adventures Steve and I are writing abundantly aided by plenty of editors and playtesters, of course!

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Add tags Tags separate by space: Chuck rated it liked it Jul 30, Marlo marked it as to-read Sep 08, All times are GMT He is a spy who suddenly resigns without explanation; he is soon kidnapped and prisonre to The Village until he reveals why.


Make them unsure who they can trust, if they can trust anyone, including themselves. We’ve enjoyed writing them; I hope what we’ve written will prove to be just as entertaining for you. The Prisoner and The Village offer a game world very different from the fantasy realms with which most roleplayers are familiar.

What is in GURPS: The Prisoner? – Steve Jackson Games Forums

Wt marked it as to-read Jan 08, Add a copy to your collection. It has been your support, financial and prisojer, that has allowed this site to become what it is today. There is also a chapter on information about the weird science they used in the series. Campaign Setting game world.

And, as I write this, Steve Beeman and I are finishing the first of what we hope to be three adventure supplements. But, first and foremost, make them want to not tell. Oh, they may promise, but.