It’s gray, it’s deadly, and it’s coming to an RPG session near you. Those who have enjoyed Free League Publishing’s tabletop RPG Mutant: Year Zero will be pleased to hear more is on the way. The publisher just announced The Gray Death, an adventure module for the game that not only expands Mutant: Year Zero, but ties together its expansions Genlab Alpha, Mechatron, and Elysium into one major event.
According to Free League, “Mutants, animals, robots and humans must put their differences aside and unite against a common threat to the world at the end of days.” Sounds serious; here’s a peek inside:
The door to the laboratory slid shut with a hiss. The battle was over, and the short man wiped a fleck of greenish fluid from his face. The lights in the ceiling flickered and cast a bleak glow over the fallen individuals on the floor in front of him. The man’s two accomplices – one immense and mechanical, the other shadowy – awaited new instructions.
“It is done,” the short man said.
“We have no time to lose. It is time to set our plan into motion. Soon, the entire Zone will be at our feet.”
The Gray Death is 96 pages, hardbound in full color, and will be ready for purchase on October 29.
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