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Osiris Station is a tabletop-RPG horror adventure that takes places in the void of space. Play as astronauts sent as a rescue team to an asteroid close to the Sun. Find out what happened. Try to come back alive.

What do I need to play?

To play Osiris Station, you only need a few friends. A group of 3 to 6 people is best, but you do you! This adventure has been designed with the Dread tabletop RPG in mind. You can easily find the free leaftlet with everything you need to play, apart from the Jenga tower.

What is it about?

Well, I can't say too much without spoiling the game but it is a horror story. Also, it's set in space. Think about Alien, Sunshine or Dead Space. The players are a rescue team, sent to a space station built underground on an asteroid very close to the Sun. The station has stopped all communications a few weeks ago. What happened? Is everything fine? Are the crewmembers still alive? This is yours to find out!

Do I need to be familiar with tabletop roleplaying to enjoy the adventure?

If you are going to be a player, then no. However, if you aim to be the game master (the one who'll organize the game and serve as a narrator), then it's better if you have some experience with roleplaying. Osiris Station is a fairly detailed adventure, however there are some important bits and pieces that are left for you to decide (and sometimes improvise)!

How much is it?

Osiris Station is free, however you are invited to tip a few units of your preferred currency if you liked it!

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
TagsHorror, scenario, Sci-fi, Tabletop, Tabletop role-playing game


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Ended up playing this the other night with a group of 4 players. It does require some prep work , but not to much. Rather then a straight forward story it gives you prompts to make up your own. I crafted something with a combination of the suggestions. The sense of exploration is pretty fun, lots of rooms and things to explore. However my players didn't reach about half of the locations on the map.  I could easily run this again and have it turn out completely different. I had beginner players as well as experienced, and everyone had fun. Overall really great adventure, definitely recommend!