Back in the old day, role playing systems suggested to describe a character using eye color, hair color, personality etc. I remember myself rolling for height and weight of a character with very little purpose to the actual gameplay.
Later came systems like FATE, Dungeon World and Hillfolk that introduced traits, bonds and character relationships as core mechanics of the game.
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Witch Scouts is a rules-light tabletop roleplaying game. Everything you need is contained within this document. It's a great game for a high energy stand alone game or a drop in when someone cancels another game, but it will also support longer, more episodic play. This game is designed to create a story of high-energy childish hijinks with very low stakes. Handout PDFs are available here: https://acceptablegames.wordpress.com/2018/06/08/witch-scouts/... [click here for more]
This is the early access beta of GUTS & GLORY, the role-playing game of gastronomic fantasy. Join us on a gourmet journey for epic edibles, legendary luncheons, and just desserts. Purchasers of the early-access build will be upgraded to the full release.
Our specials for today:
Strange and fantastic races, all with an appetite for adventure. Choose from the bouncy Rhu,... [click here for more]
Babes in the Wood is a roleplaying game of kids in a mysterious forest on Halloween night. Inspired by surreal kid's fiction like Alice in Wonderland and Over the Garden Wall, 1-4 players and 1 game master will explore the wood, solve mysteries, test their friendships, and face their fears. This game is Powered by the Apocalypse.
Babes in the Wood includes
3 playable classes: Big Kid,... [click here for more]
12" x 18" Small Poster, Deluxe Paper, Single-sided, Square-corner, No UV Coating
The North Pole is a land of floating skybergs, territories of ice and fantasy that are shrouded in cold and darkness. Only once a year can Santa Claus touch the earth due to ancient restrictions on his type of magic. Players become his agents, summoned and sent forth to carry out the tasks that he himself cannot perform... [click here for more]