Explore Planet Archipelago

An Exciting Science-Fiction Medieval Role Play Game of Adventure

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Parental Caution: This 28 page adventure deals with some very bad people who have done and are willing to do very evil acts against the innocent.  Port Charles is a sleepy little village on the eastern shore of Big Nose Island. Yet as the player characters approach the town dock the village is even more quiet than usual. This adventure pits the player characters against evil NPC and is not recommended for inexperienced players, or young children. The adventure may also test your player characters resolve in terms of how they see themselves; are they good guy or bad guys?

A 28 page adventure on an uninhabited desert isle amidst the ancient ruins. If you find yourself on this island as a way to hide from Murphy's Pirates then you had better not be afraid of blood sucking sand ticks, and rock dragons. Available now for download. Price $3.50 

The Natives & Aliens

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The Duarf

These hermaphrodites are native to the planet. To them you as a human are the invader from outer-space. Because they live in semi-subterranean settlements they were called dwarfs by the first human colonists to the planet. Over time the name changed. 

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The Quillian

These distant cousins of the Duarf are called Quillian by the humans. They are more primitive and live on floating villages in the open ocean and in the sea of grass area of the planet. They are temperamental, today they might trade a valuable pearl for a copper knife and tomorrow eat you.

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The Ferlie

The Ferlie of Planet Archipelago are also aliens to the planet. They arrived more than four generations before the humans did. They are a high technology culture that hides the technology so that it looks like "magic" They tend to look down on humans as childish brutes who lack in culture and intelligence. The original colonists called them fairies due to their wings and ear shapes the word has morphed over the years into Ferlies.