Abandon all hope…. But play anyway.

Let’s say that you’re one of those cruel, vicious Game Masters who thought that it would be great to combine this…

Event Horizon
Event Horizon

…with this…

Riddick: Escape from Butcher's Bay
Riddick: Escape from Butcher’s Bay

WARNING! If for some reason you know neither of above things…

Naaah, it’s impossible. How silly of Bucyrus to even think about that, ahahahaa. Sorry.

Anyway. If you thought it’d be cool to combine those two realities, then look no further, there’s already a good game for that. It’s well written, featuring acceptable and simple ruleset and it’s called…

Abandon All Hope
Abandon All Hope

Quick intro: in Abandon All Hope you’re playing as criminals kicked out of future-Utopian reality of Earth. You and thousands of other prisoners were all locked in an enormous space ship called “Gehenna”. It’s trying to reach some distant world, that might harbor you and allow you to start a new colony, or something.

The mission isn’t important anymore, since “Gehenna” traversed not only space, but also boundaries of reality and it resulted in her being boarded by legions of demons coming straight from Hell.

While being limited in territory and possibilities, AAH gives you many interesting plot hooks, and story seeds. There are gangs, small societies, secret treasuries, urban legends. Soon you’ll learn that numerous levels of “Gehenna” are one giant mega-dungeon filled with plenty of shiny things to toy with.

Try to survive. Good luck!

Very strong recommendation!

Abandon all hope…. But play anyway.