We’ve achieved Kaiju Patrol bestseller status. This one took a while, but that doesn’t surprise me. The original Fate-based version of the game was a slow burn, too. A kaiju-centric story game? It’s got giant monsters but it’s not a tactical combat game? Admittedly, it’s an odd approach to the topic. It demonstrates that we’re trying to do more than the same-old-same old in terms of tabletop roleplaying.
In a world where giant monsters roam the Earth and alien invaders threaten all of humanity, can the heroes of the Kaiju Patrol manage to find true love?
This book contains everything you need to play out a complete campaign!
- Background on the Kaiju Patrol, the protagonists of the series!
- Details on the Futurons, aliens invaders who act as the antagonists!
- 11 ready-to-play characters, members of the Kaiju Patrol!
- All the rules necessary to play, a streamlined version of the Lighthouse System!
- New rules on Powers and Matters of Scale for the Lighthouse System!
- 8 all-new, original stories forming the Resurrection Babylon campaign!
Kaiju Patrol: Resurrection Babylon is for people who enjoy the elements of creativity and collaboration present in tabletop roleplaying, but are put off by large, expensive manuals full of complicated rules.
The Black Box Manifesto
Kaiju Patrol: Resurrection Babylon adheres to the principles of the Black Box Manifesto. One reasonably priced 96-page book contains everything to get you started. The design is clean, minimalist, and easy to use. The focus of this story game is on the elements that promote human interaction. In short, the goal is creation of a shared story. It’s not about having extravagant production values, winning awards, or gaining status.