Not all of my projects expand into the large works that Legend of the Elements and Learning Pixel Art have become. Sometimes I just write small games, or create custom things for other games, or am just working with seeds of ideas. This page is for those other projects. Some of these have their own pages, while others link directly to the game's PDF.
Monsterhearts Skins and Other Custom Content
Monsterhearts is a game by Avery Alder about angsty sexy high school monsters, and it is my favorite game, so I made a bunch of custom content for it. I also made a couple things with my girlfriend Rebecca! This page has all the Monsterhearts content I've made.
A small game of superheroes! This game fits on the front of one page. I wanted to make a minimalistic superheroes game that could still emulate my favorite things about the genre without all the bloat and focus on specific powers that I see in most supers games. The game has never been playtested, so if you try it let me know how it goes!
This is a game about a succession crisis in the Roman Empire. It fits on the front and back of a single page, and is about desperation, fear, ambition, and petty squabbling and maneuvering in a time when only unity can save the Empire. Though historical, no prior knowledge of Rome necessary! Loosely inspired by Ben Lehman's Amidst Endless Quiet.
TITAN/child (click for full page)
A game about special children piloting an ancient alien colossus, forced to struggle with its mind for dominance of the body as invaders arrive to destroy the earth. Heavily inspired by Neon Genesis Evangelion, but focused on only a single aspect of that series.
Trouble Comes To Town
An Apocalypse World one-shot scenario for up to 3-5 players and MC. A newcomer to town robs the dealer of an essential resource, upsetting the careful status quo of the little town.
no yelling in IKEA
Rebecca and my submission to 2018’s 200 word RPG competition. It is a larp about a couple having a veiled fight in IKEA that you play at an IKEA. Do not bother the employees please. The actual submission had no formatting, but that’s less fun.