Starting with Richie Havens and ending with Jimi Hendrix, the Woodstock music festival of 1969 is considered a watershed cultural moment. In the setting of the Wild Talents sourcebook Progenitor, it is as well. But where the real Woodstock was seen as a triumph of the counter-culture, in Progenitor its legacy lies with the players.
Progenitor: Woodstock is a free adventure by Progenitor author Greg Stolze that puts the players’ Talents right in the middle of one of the biggest cultural events of the 20th century. Jimi Hendrix, the Jefferson Airplane, Joan Baez, Joe Cocker, they’re all there — and so are Deionne Bright, narcissistic superpowered rock star, and Abbi Hoffman, whose “free your mind” message is backed up by one of the most devastating psychic Talents in the world.
Three days of peace and music, or a history-making tragedy? In the world of Progenitor, it’s all up to the players. Download and play it today.