Wakefield House heads to FiveEvil Playtesters

We’ve just sent the first playtest scenario to FiveEvil playtest groups. We hope you have fun with it!

About Wakefield House

A scenario for FiveEvil by Morgan Davie

This is an introductory scenario for FiveEvil. It is best for three or four players plus a Game Master, but it can work with one to six players.

Wakefield House is about the friends of a missing teenager named Kyle, and how they deal with his surprise reappearance as a terrifying threat to their safety. The house of the title is where the scenario begins, and will also be where it ends, assuming the characters survive that long.

About FiveEvil

FiveEvil is a set of new roleplaying rules from Handiwork Games, slated for release later this year. 

FiveEvil is designed to evoke the horror genre via a set of clever twists on the underlying fifth edition ruleset. The primary focus is modern day horror, inspired by the work of Stephen King, and moody, character-driven horror films like The RitualThe Descent and Jacob’s Ladder, alongside mini-series like Midnight Mass by Mike Flanagan, and the scariest of Twin Peaks episodes.

Rather than seeking out evil in order to vanquish it, or investigating clues to battle malign influence, characters in FiveEvil are regular people trapped in a terrifying situation where fighting isn’t likely to help.

There are also plans afoot to cast a wider net with scenarios set in different eras: a key feature of FiveEvil is the ease with which it creates settings and scenarios woven together.

FiveEvil was created and written by Morgan Davie, features art by Scott Purdy, Jon Hodgson and friends, and boasts graphic design and layout by Paul Bourne.