Pocket Things is a silly little storygame for people with pockets, and things in them.
Guest appearances by Chuck Norris possible, but not guaranteed.
You are encouraged to pay whatever amount you wish for your copy of Pocket Things. Who can put a price on fun, am I right? Yeah. But let's be real here. If you choose to pay more than fifty... [click here for more]
The Lizenby and Balrose families cordially invite you to a freeform LARP about the first marriage between a human and a ghost in recorded history. Black tie preferred, but costuming not necessary. Please, no jokes about "til death do us part".Wight Wedding is a dramatic-comedic freeform LARP for up to 25 players about family friction, death, and love. ... [click here for more]
Small Stories is a resource for actors and writers alike. With hundreds of prompts mixed and matched dynamically, Small Stories is great as a party game or as a fun way to spark your creativity!
As a party game or improv resource, Small Stories is an easy to play game for a small group. Use playing cards to randomly generate a scene for the players to act out in 1, 3, and 5 minute rounds. Earn points... [click here for more]
Non-indigenous people desperately want spirit animals. You may have heard a friend of yours call something their "spirit animal", be it a gif, a video, or a big mood. While there is some evidence for totemic or familiar spirits in European cultures, this is rarely what they are referring to.
White Girl Wasted is a two-hour comedy LARP about white people getting wasted and going on an astral... [click here for more]
Live Role-Playing Chess is one of the most twisted lurches in the evolution of chess to date. In this live-action role-playing game, sixteen (or more) players stand up to take part in a gala fantasy battle between the powers of Good and Evil. Rules for combat, magic, and death add a fair, fun, fast-paced (and alliterative) edge to the dreary old classic strategy game. A destructively good time, laced... [click here for more]
Why not make the cool COSPLAY experience even more so! Why not use the costume that you are wearing into a functioning character? One can create ANY character they desire! You start out pretty weak but as time goes by one can gain much power. You don't need ANY dice to play these rules! Just a imagination and the STYLE OF ACTION CHART! ... [click here for more]