Hexingtide is a gothic supernatural action drama ttrpg in which you play as occult creatures in the modern day.
The PDF is 12 pages, and they're all clean and easy to read, with excellent layout.
Lore and mechanics-wise, you could think of this as a super slimmed down World Of Darkness.
The fluff and crunch are tightly interwoven. Your character is built from advantages, disadvantages, and relationships. Your unique supernatural type defines your play experience. And a d10 is involved.
Because Hexingtide is lighter weight than WoD, there isn't a skill list or predefined stat page. Instead, you define the parts of your character you care about. You could have Strong 2, or Cat Knowledge 1, or The Tommygun Of My Ancestors 4.
Oddly, your disadvantages (called Banes) serve as your HP, and your relationships (called Bonds) can be used to refill them. So a character made of all downsides and messy entanglements has serious staying power---which is genre appropriate as heck. I like it a lot.
There's other cool flourishes in the system too---including a rocks-paper-scissors elemental system that uses the medieval bodily humors. And an option to risk your HP to boost skill checks. And meaningful, non-death consequences for HP 0. And a rest system that's personally meaningful---you recover through spending time with things you care about, not simply through sleeping.
As far as GM tools, there really aren't many. There's guidance on how to use the rules, but there isn't a bestiary or a sample adventure or any roll tables. The system is easy to use, but you'll have to do the heavy lifting to set up your session.
Overall, if you like World Of Darkness, BPRD, Dresden Files, Underworld, or other high drama modern supernatural settings, this is a great way to play them. Every mechanic is tight and meaningful, and with a little work on the GM's part you can have an excellent several session game. Absolutely check this out if you can.