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One-Shot: Son of the Dragon

Game Information

Background

The players are actors in a Hong Kong martial arts action movie. The story is told from the point of view of viewers watching the movie.

This game was played on March 22, 24, & 31, 2003.

Mechanics

This game was played using the "Feng Shui" mechanics system. The system is very simple, designed for the fast, action-packed 'feel' of Hong Kong martial arts action movies.

Dramatis Personae

Player Roster and Character Sheets

Character Player Character Sheet
Jackie McDermott as Qiang-Wei Long Jonathan HTML
Kali Yun Fat as Chou Collie HTML

Non-Player Characters

NamePosition or description
Victor Yang as Tsung Chi Lung Victor Yang is a tall, slender Cantonese actor who is making a name for himself in the Hong Kong martial arts action movie genre. Tsung Chi Lung is the Dragon Son, the movie's evil, supernatural villain.

Son of the Dragon: Episodes

Chapter One

Action-packed adventure abounds! Jackie McDermott and Kali Yun Fat team up again to re-play their roles as Hong Kong assassin-gunman and straitlaced martial artist-femme fatale. This time it's an honor assignment for the Lau Syndicate, which lands them in running battles with gun-toting zombies. Just what is the man called the Dragon?! Tune in next time for the next thrill-packed episode!

Chapter Two

McDermott and Yun Fat pull it off again, thrilling audiences everywhere with their climactic chase sequence atop limosines racing through the Hong Kong tunnel. Martial arts and gunplay abound, and McDermott and Yun Fat both do their own life-threatening stunts. In the slightly cut American version they also do their own English dubbing.

Chapter Three

The Grand Finale -- not to be missed! Last year's Cannes award winner for Best Cinematography, and nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, it brings explosive martial arts action to realistic and exhausting life. The climactic battle in the desecrated temple is a stunning tour-de-force. I give it two thumbs up!




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