Released on May the 4th (be with you!), and set in the same galaxy as Interstellar Bounty Hunters:
“The Laser Knights are a religious order of guardians and protectors, who use their psychic powers and laser swords to maintain peace throughout the galaxy. But these are challenging times, with greed and corruption spreading throughout the republic. Powerful guilds vie with ruthless crime lords, while something even more dangerous lurks in the shadows, pulling the strings.
For thousands of years, the Laser Knights have spread their influence, recruiting those with psychic powers and training them in the secret ways of the order. Those who strayed from the teachings were banished from the order’s ranks, while those who turned to the path of darkness were destroyed.
You are noble Laser Knights who have vowed to protect the republic, undertaking missions in service to the order. With your deadly laser swords and powerful psychic abilities, few can stand against you, yet the law-breakers are becoming ever more brazen in their efforts.”
Inspired by (and written as a tribute to) a popular media franchise about wars among the stars in a distant galaxy, Interstellar Laser Knights is a standalone scenario for the Tricube Tales system and is usable as a micro-setting, but it is also a fully self-contained one-page RPG in its own right. You can print it on a single sheet of paper: The first page includes everything you need to play, while an optional second page expands the adventure generator with examples and twists. The PDF uses layers for ease of printing.
If you’d like to see more one-page RPGs for Tricube Tales, check out Chrome Shells & Neon Streets, Goblin Gangsters, Interstellar Bounty Hunters, Interstellar Troopers, Metahuman Uprising, Rotten Odds, Samhain Slaughter, Tales of the Goblin Horde, and Welcome to Drakonheim!