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Hollow Earth Expedition's Ubiquity System was expanded into a game called Wilderness Kids targeted to younger gamers giving them an introduction to roleplaying and the Ubiquity rules. The resources available seem to be in disarray. Where can I find a complete list of adventures and supplements for Wilderness Kids?

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Surprisingly, RPGGeek doesn't have anything on this game yet. –  SevenSidedDie May 4 '11 at 16:23
    
Right! I first looked there, too. –  Jeffrywith1e May 5 '11 at 14:47
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Might be time for me to create some more official Wilderness Adventure Kids material. I am hoping that perhaps 2012 will be the year of the Wilderness Adventure Kid. I may put all other adventures (Six Guns of Death & Dirk Savage) to really get the WAKids up and going. –  user2200 Jul 11 '11 at 1:02

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I think the following is the list of Wilderness Kids adventures and their first appearance at Gencon:

  1. Movie Mayhem ('08)
  2. Haunted House ('09)
  3. Jewels of Prometheus Falls ('10)
  4. Mummy Menace in the Museum ('10)
  5. Monkey Menace at the Zoo ('10)
  6. Revenge of the Saucer-Men ('10)
  7. Tentacles of Terror ('10)
  8. Treasure Trouble ('10)
  9. Save Christmas ('11)

So far, only Movie Mayhem is complete at the Mythic Eras Site. My draft version of the WK Save Christmas is also there. The original and my "alternate" version of the PC's are also at Mythic Eras site.

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Well, here's the thing. Wilderness Kid Adventures is not officially a separate RPG.

What it is is an idea spawned in someone's feverish mind to create adventures geared towards the younger set using the Ubiquity system. There have been a few runs created, most if not all unveiled in GenCons past.

The runs have been very well received (I believe this year's GenCon will feature at least one new adventure). It'd be great to point to some resource where the adventures were available for public consumption, but since this is really a labor of love, publication has been a bit spotty.

What is available can be obtained from the Mythic Eras site. Perhaps if a general outcry for more material is heard, the authors will feel more confident to release more of their fine creations. ;-)

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Here's my +1 outcry! –  Jeffrywith1e May 5 '11 at 10:13

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