Not A Place Of Honor is a "found footage" style account of ancient storage facilities for apocalyptic magical artifacts. One part SCP Foundation and one part nuclear waste containment, told through the journals of the enigmatic Archivist and government documents.
NAPOH presents both dangerous artifacts, and the means to keep them safe. The magical artifact storage sites and information levels are designed using the guidelines laid out by real life government researchers studying how to keep nuclear waste storage sites untouched for thousands of years.
Journey through these sites while accompanied by the Aural Awareness Activation Package, or Music To End The World To, the incredible soundtrack created by Gary Sevison.
36 page Not A Place of Honor book in high quality and low size formats.
A small book but interesting
_Not a Place of Homor_ is a small source book but well put together.
Starting with some descriptions of how places to be avoided by future generations (like SCP holdings or nuclear waste repositories), the book then goes on to describe a few case scenarios, with details of the location, architecture, and contents, as presented by the notes of a previous (entrepid or foolhardy!) explorer.
The book is of nice quality and the interior design is very well done. A good one for inspiring ideas and providing RPG material
Niall Hedderley | Oxford, UK | January 2022
Intriguing story engine
This is a slim, beautifully produced volume detailing arcane disposal sites, constructed in the manner of proposed long term nuclear waste sites. The material is a veritable story engine, allowing a GM tired of the same old dungeon crawls to construct uniquely terrifying scenarios. Brilliant stuff!
Chris Halliday | Bristol, UK | January 2022