I have been playing this excellent game since it was first released in 1996,
and think that it is one of the coolest games on the market. Below is some of
the material that my fevered imagination has produced, there is more to come.
Since I have started this site I have also received several excellent
contributions, good stuff.
Kowloon Ripper and the House of Books: Originally
found on David Eber's excellent Fortress of Shadow, this is designed as
a introductory scenario, and details the Lotus' attempts to seize an unusual
Feng Shui site, There are also Ascended agents and a serial killer, to further
complicate matters. By Dave
The Day the Human Race Died: An Earth shattering
scenario, that features a major Critical Shift, a demonic invasion, the
possible extinction of the human race...and lots of fights. As an
added bonus the party might just get the chance to kick Leonardo Di'capprio's
butt. By Dave
Feng Shui Sites
Locksley Station: Originally found on Bryant
Durrells excellent site, this Netherworld site allows easy navigation of
that other worldly realm. Based on the Shadow fist card. By Dave
Mirror of the Soul: Originally found on
Bryant Durrells excellent site, this Netherworld site allows passage to
wherever you need to be, at a potentially heavy price. This write up also
includes details of one of our campaigns. By Dave
Kowloon House of Books: Originally found
on the Jade Agenda, another cool site, This bookshop in Kowloon has a minor
but interesting power. More details can be found in my scenario, The Kowloon
Ripper and the House of Books. By Dave
Legion of Vengeful Darkness: The Demons, long
time pawns in the Secret War, are as mad as hell and they aren't going to
take it any more. They feature heavily in the Day the Human Race Died.
Normal Gun Shticks: A few Gun shticks
here, including two shticks that were inspired by the names of shticks that
would have appeared in the Dragon Sourcebook, Golden Comeback. Now that
Atlas have picked up the Feng Shui baton, we may see just how far off the
mark I was. By Dave
Alternative Gun Shticks: John Harper on his
site FENG, has
details of a very cool gun shticks system that is structured in a similar
way to Fu shticks. Here are my humble additions to his already fine work.
Guns for Feng Shui: Stats and info on guns
found in various anime movies, as well as Aliens. Fine (and in one case,
very frightening) work by Mike Surbrook
Gansta Style Pistol Packin': The "Hollywood"
way of pointing a pistol, which when you think about it is pretty stupid.
But if its in the movies, it should be in Feng Shui, shouldn't it? Not a
Gun Shtick, more in the style of the KA-CHINK rule. By Dave
Characters, places and organisations, from literature or the real world,
that existed in Victorian Britain (and further afield), but viewed through
a Feng Shui lense. Please note that we do not intend to be entirely
accurate with historical dates.