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FOREVER FOLIO May 2015

Ezine for the indy RPG publisher Forever People and friends. This issue:

World Wide Web of Wyrd - an online chat room interview with the author of Wyrd, the genre-busting fantasy setting by David Sharrock.

The Dwarves of Demrel - a staff pick Kickstarter project you'll want to get in on at ground zero. Aiming to make 2015 the year of the dwarf, this crowd funding project is a movie worthy of Hollywood level success.

The Unsung Weave - a full serialized campaign setting for the Wyrd game. Featuring an introduction scene-setter in this issue with 10 adventures planned (and already written) for the next ten issues of FF. An essential for GMs running a Wyrd campaign.

Things That Go Bump in the Night - Introduction to Forever People's latest release, EVP, a new-genre game system which puts players into the shoes of paranormal investigators then hurls them into the midst of some of the world's most terrifying locations. Gizmos, gadgets, ghosts and worse...

Mazes Maps & Monsters - a fully realised roleplaying game system, accompanied by adventures, written for parents who want to introduce their kids to gaming, or for mentor GMs who would like to bring roleplay to a younger audience. Using a mixture of fun, miniatures, Lego and a rule system designed to grab their attention, MM&M will be serialized in unabridged format only in FF.

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Alexander L. [Featured Reviewer]
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May 13th, 2015
Originally published at: http://diehardgamefan.com/2015/05/13/tabletop-review-forever-folio-issue-1/ Forever Folio is the new house engine magazine from UK [...]
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