Alien gods walk among us. To further their agenda, we’ve jumped forward in time to praise their machinations … and promote the new edition of Godsend Agenda, now on Kickstarter.
- Today we’ve got a guest, coming all the way from Las Vegas, Nevada, Jerry Grayson.
- He’s a friend and here to talk about his latest Kickstarter project: The new edition of Godsend Agenda, a game of super heroes and the conspiracy of aliens who pose as deities.
- Campaigns inspired by myth and conspiracy?
- Lots of possibilities for eras
- Modern era
- The Phantom Time
- Tell us about Godsend Agenda. What is it?
- Jack Kirby’s Fourth World saga from DC Comics, and his Marvel Comics creation, the Eternals.
- Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny
- Daniel Keys Moran’s The Long Run and The Last Dancer
- What was your inspiration for the setting?
- Being able truly shape the world.
- Use superpowers to improve the world; characters operate at a saga level as well as at a higher, more meta level with a character that personifies their agenda.
- Powered by the Omega System
- Uses 2d10, with doubles that explode.
- This lets you have exceptional, superheroic results.
- Distilled skill system.
- How did you get into game design?
- What advice would you give someone getting into game design?
- Make a lot of bad games.
- Don’t try to make a game for everyone.
- Go hard on whatever it is that you’re interested in.
- Feeds your soul to make a thing, even if it’s a bad thing.
- Distribution Plans with Kickstarter and Covid
- Focuses on meat and potatoes – core product, no stretch goals.
- Get the product done ahead of time, so folks know that there actually is a thing
- Where to find Jerry?
- Godsend Agenda campaign on Kickstarter
- Khepera Publishing
- @khepera_rpg on Twitter
- Also: invoke Jerry’s name and he shall appear.
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Cover art for the Godsend Agenda.
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