Welcome to Revolution Records. The kind of place that's been on the verge of closing since opening day.
Damn the Man, Save the Music is a a roleplaying game for 3-4 players and a facilitator about making a last-ditch effort to save something you love. Play a ragtag group of underachievers, overachievers, street philosophers, and lovestruck artists united by one cause: to rescue your local record store from the oppressive hand of The Man&ellip; and to keep the music playing.
You'll have to juggle the responsibilities of a day that will determine the future of your store, all while trying to accomplish a big personal goal. Can you confess your love to your crush and find the money that went missing from the cash box this morning? Can you pay off your debt to your parents while postering for tonight's big show? The clock is ticking and you've got until midnight to try.
Damn the Man is inspired by movies like Empire Records, Dazed and Confused, and a love for the '90s. It's silly and tender and no familiarity with the source material is necessary.
The 103-page, full-color book features illustrations by Evan Rowland and all the step-by-step guidance you need to play the game.
For 3-4 players, 1 facilitator, about 3 hours