Thursday, November 20, 2014

"R" is for "Rhinosaurus"


No. Enc.:  0 (1d6)
Alignment:  Neutral
Movement:  150' (50')
Armor Class:  3
Hit Dice:  13
Attacks:  1 (bite or gore or trample)
Damage:  2d6 or 2d12 or 5d8
Save:  L7
Morale:  9
Hoard Class:  None
XP:  4,200

Rhinosauruses are elephantine, not-at-all-reptilian bugs that inhabit both arid wastelands and lush jungles. Their iridescent carapaces are so dazzling, anyone attacking them in melee without protective eyewear / lenses suffers a -2 To Hit.  The beasts Trample [p. 58 of the Mutant Future Core Rules] more often than not, but they also channel powerful prismatic beams through their horns.

Shields and armor made from rhinosaurus hide are immune to lasers and other photonic attacks.

Hardy and trainable, rhinosauruses are favored mounts of wasteland tribes.

Mutations:  Energy Ray (Laser / Light), Reflective Epidermis (Laser / Light)

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Please Accept These Passes For A Free Future Admission

Cherished Patrons:

We here at The Devastation Drive-In would like to apologize to you for the numerous projection difficulties this Halloween season. And given how this was to be the very last of our celebrated sojourns into the sordid cesspools of sinister celluloid—it was billed as The Final Cut, after all—we are particularly pained by the anticlimactic experience.

So many pictures went un-screened, like the promised Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde and Killer Klowns From Outer Space. And many other secret features fell by the wayside.

While we ultimately accept full responsibility for the operations at our theatre, in our defense, there were exigent circumstances. How could we predict some selfish louts would birth a baby right in the middle of the parking lot?  Had they no decency, no modesty, no simple consideration for their fellow film enthusiasts?

To rectify this shamefully disappointing and disappointingly shameful situation, we promise to present the remaining films at a later date before the year's end.  We haven't decided if some will randomly trickle out over the course of the next two months, or if they'll be part of another annual seasonal celebration.  Your input is certainly appreciated.

Again, we offer our most sincere apologies.  Please accept these passes for free future admission (with valid purchase, of course) and a complimentary snack at our concession stand.

Your humble servants in cinema,

The Management