Tuesday, January 14, 2014

We... need YOU... to game master!

Are you tired of having to wait in line to fire your gun, and then actually just get one shot or one grenade throw in the whole round? Fed up with all these weapons that look and feel the same? Wanna mow down the tree line with the power of minigun as it spits lead 4000 rounds per minute? Wanna zero in your sniper rifle on a target a mile away and be the deadliest element on the battlefield? Do you like maps? Tactics? Planning? Strategy?

Then we want you, to run Weapons Free a campaign. We are recruiting GMs for our playtests and we want you to be part of the team. Are you up to the challenge?

Weapons Free is a modern combat RPG meant to be lots of fun and truly convey modern warfare onto the tabletop. After six months of playtesting and endless nights of watching real combat footage Weapons Free is getting ready to release and we need your experience and feedback as a GM to make this a success!

Our playtest characters have HiLo jumped behind enemy lines in Georgia. Driven a stolen truck through enemy infested towns. Crossed the deserts of Iran to recover a stolen nuke. Engaged insurgents and crossed an Iranian villa under heavy enemy fire with only their HUMVEE's 50 cal and skill to bring them back home. They've stormed buildings, clearing them room by room. Overcome numerous ambushes and done their fair share of their own. Ventured into the most deserted, lifeless place on Earth, Antarctica, enduring worst cold and weather in the world to investigate unknown and possible world threatening activity.

The Black Hawk is revving up, where will you take them?

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Game cover
After delivering U.S. Soldiers and Iraq dignitaries to their final destinations, Crew Chief Sgt. Fred Oser, A. Co. 2-25, Combat Aviation Brigade, attached to 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, dismounts the 240 Bravo Machine Guns from the UH-60 Black Hawk used during the morning’s mission to several Combined Security Checkpoints in the Ninewa Province, Iraq, July 2.

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