Anomaly Hunters: A TTRPG of Monster Hunting and TV

Join the crew and hunt monsters for TV in this small horror TTRPG!

Anomaly Hunters: A TTRPG of Monster Hunting and TV
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Welcome to Anomaly Hunters!

I guess I should quickly explain what the concept of the show is: we find haunted locations, you go there, destroy the thing, and film the whole process! Is it legal, well... Probably not... But is it cool... Heck yes!

Anomaly Hunters is a small TTRPG within which you play as the protagonists of an investigative TV show that tries to find weird creatures and get rid of them. It takes a lot of inspiration from Supernatural, Deadtective, The Cleansing Hour and Phasmophobia (if you actually had to destroy the thing)!


Anomaly Hunters uses the Breathless SRD, created by FariRPG ( It is a really simple system that only requires a set of polyhedral dice and a pen. Skills and items are all assigned a die rating, going from 1d4 to 1d12 (whenever you use a skill, the die rating goes down). To resolve a challenge, roll and try to get a 4 or higher to succeed. You can reset your skills by "taking a break", but every time you do so, the GM introduces a consequences to the group (you know, those moments when you think "what now..." in a movie).


- 10 different crew members, using cool archetypes such as the Tech Guy, the Medium, the Witch or even the Intern.
- Simple rules that focus on the story, leaving a lot of narrative powers to the Game Master and Players.
- Random tables for different parts of the game, making it easy to create situations on the go.

A page example showing the different items and actions your character can do. It has a black and white image of The Devil tarot card and a pistol.

For an optimal experience, it is recommended to have no more than four players and one GM. The game is designed to be easily played as one-shots or multiple ones (one session usually equals one episode) and each games can be as long (or short) as you want.

Anomaly Hunters was developed by Wendigo Workshop, a small team of indigenous, LGBTQ+ and neurodivergent people from Quebec making and publishing TTRPGs, creating maps and writing reviews! You can find all of our sh... things HERE!