Jonathan Hicks Plans “The Ana-Sin-Emid Report” For Those Dark Places

March 30, 2021 by brennon

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Jonathan Hicks, the designer behind Those Dark Places, is adding a new supplement to DriveThruRPG for this Industrial Sci-Fi RPG. Are you ready to delve into the mysteries of The Ana-Sin-Emid Report?

The Ana-Sin-Emid Report - Those Dark Places

The Ana-Sin-Emid Report // Those Dark Places

Here is the background to this particular addition to Those Dark Places...

"About an hour ago the Deep Space Transport Vessel Ana-Sin-Emid dropped out of FTL and has been steadily coasting to the outer marker. There has been no communication from the vessel or any responses to hails and the staging nature of the deceleration has the signs of being automated.

The Deep Space Reconnaissance Vessel Grahams is on dock C. Be ready to launch within the hour. Get on board the Ana-Sin-Emid, get to the bridge and report back to us. The outer marker is an AU out so it should only take you a day to get there. We’ll have a fully-equipped support ship loaded and ready to follow in about 12 hours, but you’re our first response to help and, if possible, lay a salvage claim."

All sounds very sinister already. We know that any ship that comes out of nowhere and goes all "Mary Celeste" is probably ripe for spooky times. As someone who often has trouble coming up with intricate and well-planned roleplaying sessions, having reports or adventures like this goes a long way towards making it easier for me to run a game.

If you're interested in learning how Those Dark Places plays, we've got a Let's Play that you can watch.

Let's Play: Those Dark Places // Osprey Games

The game is great fun, light on rules and is perfect for those of us who love terrifying Sci-Fi movies and games. It's neat to see more supplements coming up and I hope we'll get a few more published adventures to subject our gaming groups to!

What do you think?

"It's neat to see more supplements coming up and I hope we'll get a few more published adventures to subject our gaming groups to!"

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