Dec 6, 2017
Estrella Drive is now available for T.I.M.E. Stories from Asmodee.
In Hollywood, the ghosts of the past never sleep! Embark on your next adventure into the past with Estrella Drive, the sixth expansion for T.I.M.E Stories. Like all T.I.M.E Stories adventures, you and your fellow players are members of the T.I.M.E Agency, sent to investigate a disruption to the Time Stream. This time, you and your fellow agents are sent to 1982 to investigate a temporal anomaly in a supposedly haunted Hollywood mansion. Please note that Estrella Drive is recommended for mature audiences—certain themes within this adventure may be objectionable to younger players.
Welcome back, agents. Don’t mind the confetti, I’m just getting you in the spirit for your next mission. Take your seats, time is valuable, and you could be embarking on your next mission as early as today—the mission we’ve codenamed Estrella Drive.
You’ve been briefed on the destination of this mission—1980’s Hollywood—and also your objective. Prepare for everything that comes with this setting: partying, loose morals, and other… “adult” content. Once again, agents, I cannot stress this enough—Estrella Drive is meant for mature audiences only. Those not of age should stay back at HQ.
The objective of your mission is to simply observe the temporal loop located in this time period. We aren’t looking to close this loop, merely gain knowledge from it. We’re certain that this mission in particular will prove to be key in studying the complex behaviors Time exhibits.
Through our briefings, we at the agency have worked hard to familiarize you with some of the far out (did I use that right?) receptacles that you can choose to inhabit during your mission. Each of the different receptacles has a particular skill set that might aid you in their own unique way. You’ll need to work together with your fellow agents to choose which characters to inhabit… and you might meet some new ones along the way!
You’re returning to a time of neon colors, shady characters, and confetti—which I still can’t seem to get out of my clothes no matter how hard I try—and I wish you the best of luck, agents. But please remember: you’re not there to alter or tamper with the temporal loop, only to observe. I cannot stress this enough.