Shadow of the Dragon Part One
BattleSauce¸ a rules light awesomesauce RPBG. None of the fat¸ all of the flavor. Full length adventures¸ or Meals as we like to call them - keeping with the whole food related theme here - feed your tastes for adventure¸ story¸ and well¸ battling. So grab the FREE BATTLESAUCE RULEBOOK¸ read it over - don't worry¸ no TLDR sections - create an awesome character or two and then jump into the No Kings era to get medieval on monsters of all kinds.
Shadow of the Dragon
Back to Just .99!
Written and Illustrated by Michael Startzman (No Thank You¸ Evil¸ The Strange Bestiary¸ The Ninth World Bestiary¸ Henshin! A Sentai RPG: Worlds Collide)
Help Seva Runa - or maybe she'll help you - and battle your way through the bug infested Spider's Nest and the pit of despair known here as the Devil's Lair. Then grab the Devil's Fingers (stop that - it's not what you think!)¸ karaoke fight against Val¸ and join a circus troupe as you uncover the sinister plot against the Argent family!
Shadow of the Dragon is the first full-length BattleSauce Meal.
Not ready for a meal? Try a Snack and chow down on some BattleSauce bite-sized adventures - perfect for learning the not-too-many rules - and available wherever BattleSauce battles are sold. HINT: DriveThru and my website have a bunch of free ones too.
You can't even get a crappy cup of coffee for .99 any more. But here's what you can get:
- 24 Pages of new stories and art along with a little game mechanic spice sprinkled on top!
- 3 Sparkling new¸ full color maps of mayhem!
- 6 New characters dying for some action! At least a few of them are.
- A never-before-seen monster. Turns out they're everywhere. And hungry.
- A sinister weapon forged by space dwarves - oops¸ wrong story - forged by demons!! And someday soon it may actually be revealed that they are indeed space demons. Possibly the worst kind.
- Printer friendly version hastly added to the end!
Shadow of the Dragon is written in a special format referred to by the BattleSauce Brigade as Recipes! Recipes give the Game Master (no clever food names here¸ but give me time) all the information they need to create a hearty tale to satiate your player's palate for relentless adventuring.
Uh oh! Look here: This is my first meal with a teeny tiny bit of a horror theme to it. Most of the illustrations are kid friendly (though the Shadow Wraith may be a bit intense with its gaping¸ blood red mouth). And there's that little detail of the house map which features a smattering of blood stains¸ while the Devil's Lair portrays a museum's worth of bones¸ more blood stains and a suggestive knife - if there is such a thing.