Didn’t she write a bunch of the Vampire the Masquerade and Vampire the Requiem books, as well as a ton of other White Wolf stuff. She also has some games on Patreon, including a She Ra inspired rpg that I think I bought. I’m totally spacing on her name so someone more knowledgable please chime inBecause I live under a rock and my google-fu is weak tonight, which games did Miss Atomic Bomb write? Genuinely curious.
Her blog (linked to in her profile) is by Rose Bailey. An author search for that name on the main RPG.net page turns up Beast, Blood and Smoke, Mortal Remains, and Katanas and Trenchcoats. All of those are after I stopped collecting WW/OP, so I don't know who did what on which product.Didn’t she write a bunch of the Vampire the Masquerade and Vampire the Requiem books, as well as a ton of other White Wolf stuff. She also has some games on Patreon, including a She Ra inspired rpg that I think I bought. I’m totally spacing on her name so someone more knowledgable please chime in
But you don't "Hate" all the girls, and its more a jealous hate of something one of your friends is better at (so more personal insecurity on your part then anything else). But you also "Like" something about another one of your friends, and sing their praises when talking about it. The one time I every played it, we were magic girls at our local junior high school, and our "likes" and "hates" between us (if possible, no player has more then one like or hate) was the fuel that kept the game going.Best Friends was a game I wish I'd put on the list (which wasn't supposed to be specifically magical girl games). It seems a bit wrong for a game written by a man to make statements like "since you're all girls you all hate each other..."
She's Rose Bailey. She worked on most of New World of Darkness / Chronicles of Darkness starting maybe about halfway into the first edition, wrote some Classic World of Darkness stuff, writes a bunch of awesome indie games like Miserable Secrets, worked on some MMOs and video games, and literally wrote the book on how to write vampires (she published a version of her writer's guide for vampire products in the Storyteller's Vault). One of her games, Princess of the Universe, has a generically female name, but isn't specifically limited to female characters and it's also explicitly "queered up action figure fantasy."Because I live under a rock and my google-fu is weak tonight, which games did Miss Atomic Bomb write? Genuinely curious.
I don't own any RPGs with Princess on the cover, but I pledge to purchase on if you write it! Just sayin' I've really enjoyed some recent projects of yours.Depends on what you call a "female character theme." I'm a woman, and I write games from my perspective... but only one of them says "Princess" on the cover.
She's written it already! https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/241099/Princess-of-the-UniverseI don't own any RPGs with Princess on the cover, but I pledge to purchase on if you write it! Just sayin' I've really enjoyed some recent projects of yours.
And from her Patreon page:Dangerous to Go Alone, a game of 8-bit feels on a distant leaf of the world tree
Miserable Secrets, gothic fantasy with tactical investigation, is a 200-page, full-color blowout, and my most ambitious Patreon game to date! (Available in print and PDF!)Beautiful Anomalies, is a one-year anniversary, 100-page extravaganza about trust, religion, and time travel. (Available in print and PDF!)
It's getting to be a big list! Check it out:
- America the Bulletproof, the game of ridiculous crimes and lifesaving friendship.
- BLAZON, cosmic superheroes in a universe of Law and Chaos, inspired by Green Lantern and new wave fantasy.
- Bright & Terrible, a game of swords and tragedy in the style of Michael Moorcock's Elric and Tanith Lee's Flat Earth.
- Die For You, the game of monsters and feels, inspired by paranormal drama in general and the web series Carmilla in particular. (Released as a free sample.)
- One Weird Trick to Be a Hero, a game about heroic adventure in the gig economy and solving your problems in ridiculous ways.
- On Nobody's Side, a game of queer spies in the 60s... first burned, then brought back in with a License to Live!
- Princess of the Universe, queered up action figure fantasy.
- The Shadow of Golgotha, a post-apocalyptic feudal world ruled by a blood-drinking aristocracy. (Released to patrons.)
- Sharded, fantasy noir where death is not the end. (Released to patrons.)
- State Machine, android espionage inspired by Blade Runner and Ghost in the Shell. (Released to patrons.)
- Time and Fate, a resource pack for Fate Accelerated Edition, with character sheets, scenario worksheets, and plot twist cards to help you quickly build and run adventures in the style of Doctor Who and Sapphire and Steel. (Released to patrons.)