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Tales from Vigilante City - Short Fiction Collection for SURVIVE THIS!! Vigilante City

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Inspired by SURVIVE THIS!! Vigilante City RPG by Bloat Games comes a collection of street level vigilante justice stories collected into this volume. 

Stories include:

“I’m Not a Superhero” by Clare L. Deming
“I’m Not a Superhero” is about how my hero, Mark, discovers his unwanted superpower. He starts to have hallucinations involving the people around him and, together with his best friend Wyatt, has to discover what's going on, all while saving the day, as heroes do.
Clare L. Deming (she/her): I write book reviews and other things on my blog, although I have not been as active there as I'd like. I'm trying to polish up a few short stories to get ready to send out to magazines and then I need to get back to work on my novel, tentatively titled Daughter of the Sun. It is a heroic fantasy stand-alone, and I'm just getting to the good parts!
“BANG-BANG” by Egg Embry
Shira flees through the streets of Vigilante City, running from the justice she dispensed. Laying low at an all-night diner, she meets a man whose voice she cannot resist. He orders her to kill her waitress, and Shira finds herself obeying.  
Egg Embry (he/him) / Egg Embry Publishing: I’m the creator of the POWERED by the DREAMR RPG zine using the Powered by the Apocalypse system as well as co-creator of the RPG zine, Love’s Labour’s Liberated for 5e. My freelance RPG journalist can be read at d20 Radio, EN World, Tessera Guild, Knights of the Dinner Table, Around the Table (GAMA), and High Level Games
“Anonymous” by John McGuire 
In Vigilante City, there are opportunities to be found whether you are on the right side of the law or the wrong side. However, the glitz and glamour of being the villain captured on the evening news isn't all it is cracked up to be. And for one anonymous henchman, he has a plan to get his last score.
John McGuire (he/him): I have written comics, novels, and written an RPG Zine, Love’s Labour’s Liberated. My steampunk comic, The Gilded Age, can be found here. My urban fantasy novel, The Dark That Follows, and my dark fantasy, Hollow Empire, are available and I have a new science fiction novel called The Echo Effect
“The Icy Death of Dr. Furious” by Christopher Robin Negelein
“The Icy Death of Dr. Furious” follows Dr. Furious's now 80-year old sidekick, Chuck, who watched him die in the 1950s. Now as an old, lonely man, Chuck finds Dr. Furious alive, and young, in his living room and on the run from mysterious agents. The pulp hero has secrets beyond just his apparent immortality and Chuck will have to decide between his mundane, safe life or a secret world that is much crazier than he remembered. 
Christopher Robin Negelein (he/him) / Ganza Gaming: By the time the book hits shelves, I'll have two secret projects become not so secret and out for DMs Guild and other places. I'll also have Hippocampi Knights out, a sequel to Hymlocke Row, my 5-star urban fantasy PDF for Tiny Dungeons
“Marshwalk” by ‘Aerzyk’ Thomas Parent
“Marshwalk” is told thru Abe, a night shift deliveryman with a case of amnesia and some slight bat-like mutations. He and his two friends, a beat-cop with an experimental chip in his brain and a tech school teacher with homemade power armor, investigate a string of missing persons and wind up way over their heads when they infiltrate a megacorp's headquarters.
“Aerzyk” Thomas Parent (he/him): I work full time and have a wife and four kids so nothing much aside from that, haha. But in my spare time I'm usually doodling on a map or working on one of my perpetually unfinished writing projects. I have some maps on my Instagram (@aerzyk) and some short fiction and RPG musings on my blog.
And Midnight Ace and The Atomic Engine  by James M. Spahn.  
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This title was added to our catalog on October 26, 2020.