BASTION is a fantasy game set in the last city at the edge of the world. Bastion is a post-apocalyptic game where the heroes go into the wasteland to find survivors of the last great global holocaust that has corrupted all life. At its core Bastion is about the sacrifice the heroes will make to save the remnants of life left in the world and looking for a way to push back the warping plague that has harrowed the world for hundreds of years.
Bastion is an Afro-Centric fantasy horror game where decay and the warping power of animated chaos twists everything it touches.
Bastion is a supplement using the MYTHIC D6 game system. Playing Bastion requires the MYTHIC D6 core book, a handful of dice and an awesome attitude.
- A look at MYTHIC D6.
- A sample of the Bastion HEROES.
The following writers shaped and influenced the concepts in Bastion and without them, perhaps Bastion would be much different.
- Charles R. Saunders: For the Imaro series of book.
- Michael Moorcock: His Eternal Champion and the odd description of the warping influence of chaos.
- Clark Ashton Smith: For all the weird world of sword and sorcery fantasy, he delivered in his time.
- Glenn Cook: For the Black Company Series
- Stephen King: For the horror novella, The Mist
Bastion is a post-apocalyptic game where the heroes go into the wasteland to find survivors of the global holocaust that corrupted all life. At its core, Bastion is about the sacrifice the heroes will make to push back the warping plague harrowing the earth.
The players of Bastion take on the roles of a Fihankra, the security, and shields of the people of Bastion.
The Fihankra are the greatest warriors that have ever walked the dying land of Ife Oodaye. The sigil carved into the center of their foreheads resembles a slash of blue of flame. The same blue fire glows within the pools of their eyes.
The proud people of Ife Oodaye. The Akan are the leaders of the free people of Bastion, and in them the gods found favor.
Rijal-Alhajar believe that oaths are as solid as their stone bodies. The stone men of Ife Oodaye are the most potent warriors god has ever made.
The solari are not from Ife Oodaye. They hail from another dimension or world altogether. The Solari are made from a spark of the sun and burn just as bright
Once the rulers of the world of Ife Oodaye, the diminutive reptiles now ally themselves with the Akan against Lord Obonsam.
The Akan men have always known that the Umbari exist, but their encounters with them have been fleeting. The Umbari are things of shadow push from their shadowy homes in the eternal twilight of the south. They now ally themselves against the menace of Lord Obonsam.