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  • Captain Vilgrip bumps into you during a drunken, one-man pity party. He offers to trade you his captains stripes for a bottle of vodka.
  • Christian Gill strums on his Spanish guitar in front of a gaggle of groupies. With the flip of his hair, he looks up and asks if you need anything.
  • A wall panel falls off revealing a shortcut through the decrepit bones of the Zenobia.
  • The vampire shark takes a bite out of something (or someone) in front of you.


  • A ceiling panel falls on the floor revealing the Zenobia's rotting skeleton and blocking your way.
  • A pair of bellhops run screaming down the hallway and knock you over. They gibber about a hippopotamus with the head of a crocodile.
  • Sheffy Pompadour practices the biathlon and is looking for more interesting targets than a case of vintage wine bottles.
  • The vampire shark circles you...

My group and I just played the adventure, Vampire Cruise, using Sapio and had a blast.

Sapio's open-ended character creation encouraged everyone to think of their characters' concepts first and forget about mechanics. Sapio's resolution system worked well for almost every situation we encountered. We haven't tried action sequences yet, but I'm looking forward to seeing how it works.

My group just played the first day of this adventure using the Sapio system. We had a blast! The adventure is just evocative. Thanks for creating this.

Wow! This is fantastic. Thank you! I've uploaded a copy to this page to share here, too.

Thanks! I'd be happy to take a look. I just sent an access request.

Shared through Google Docs. Please let me know if you have any problems.

Please do! If you give me your email address, I can share the original version of the file, too. I'd love to post your translation here, too.

Awesome! Thank you for taking the time to do this!

Thank you for considering it! Honestly, it's pretty printer-friendly to begin with. I'm just afraid that the large bodies of black on the front and back covers is going to eat up a ton of ink.

Thank you for creating this! I love Cairn and DCC and admire how you've mashed them up, especially the character creation process. Is there any way that you would consider creating a printer-friendly version of the PDF? I'm dreading using all that toner...

Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you for making this! I love everything DURF.

If it's not much trouble, would you consider making a printer-friendly version of the PDF? My printer is scared of those all-black pages...

Hello! I helped itch-fund the physical copy of your fantastic zine earlier this year. Do you have any instructions for how I can get my copy?

Thanks for the insight. That's exciting. I'm looking forward to your next update.

Happy to help.

I really enjoy how you presented the callings on page 15, especially how you give hints about which players might be interested in each one.

Have you thought about callings for people who, "want to sneak around and work in the shadows," or, "want to smaaaaaassssh~~~ things"? Would you be open to contributions?

I love the Cleric of Small Gods. The domain die steps down when it, "describes a long lasting effect (step up twice if permanent)." Should that be "steps down twice if permanent"?

This is simply amazing. Thank you for creating this adventure and sharing it!

Thanks for creating such an whimsical setting and releasing a printer-friendly version of it! It looks like some of the bulleted lists on page 35 of the printer-friendly version might have been misformatted.

Hi, Jack. I heard about your game from Shut Up and Sit Down. It's amazing, and I can't wait to play.

I bought a copy through, here, and can download most of the files, but I'm having trouble getting the printer friendly version on your blog,

Do you have any idea how I can download that?