Just a taste of the possibilities:
"Just finished running a game of 'Kobolds & Trenchcoats' for a couple of the Sunday D&D group and a guest. Thanks @Jon Boyle/ResidentBard (He/They) for a fun few hours. Sent on a secret mission to infiltrate a local 'city' and recover an unspecified magical item, Taklak, Sniv and Molo (from the feet upwards) spoke to (and knocked out) a local farmer, chatted to someone outside the tavern and Taklak poked their cat (who promptly vanished in disgust at such treatment), stole someone else's staff (which Sniv ate the gem from, which made them invisible), then entered the temple, found some shinies and a plain wooden box with a muffin in it. They took the shinies and were about to leave when Molo wondered why there was a wooden muffin box on the altar. It had another muffin in it! One mad dash across the 'city' square led to a big cloud of smoke and an escape as they bounded along holding the stirrups of a horse as Sniv strew d4s of maiming in their wake. They collected the still dazed farmer and took him back to the camp to be a servant, and discovered they had been sent by Their Majesty - who had dreams of revitalising their community by setting up Kobold Katerers. As the adventure closed there was a knock at the door, they looked up from the table strewn with papers and dice as my Sunday PC looked in and said "If you're ready, we have things to do". The characters at the tavern were my Monday D&D group, including Geth and Ash."
So much scope for chaotic shenanigans, and all on just one sheet of paper with one simple mechanic! A recipe for a fun session for all.