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in*die zine - September 2020

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Welcome to in*die zine, a new tabletop roleplaying zine of high-quality indie content! This issue features nine incredible and innovative games, four instructive and provocative articles, four useless and system-agnostic supplements, and six moves inspired by hit musicals!

All proceeds go directly to the creators of this zine, and your support is a vote in support of the indie TTRPG scene!

Here's what you can find in this issue:

  • The In*die Network - A manifesto on in*die zine’s mission  (Author: Zoe)

  • Exodus - A game for 3-5 players about standing together when it all falls apart (AuthorAndrew Grondin)

  • The Lonely Giant - A solo journaling game about the last giant living in the lands of humankind (AuthorNick Wedig)

  • HyperHalfling's Loot Tables - System-agnostic tables of unique and special treasures (AuthorThe Hyper Halfling)

  • The Last Rebel - A GM-less, card-based RPG where you play as the galaxy’s last hope (AuthorW.H. Arthur)

  • Première Partie - A collection of characters from *Les Miserables* as a single tabletop move (AuthorLogan)

  • A Wood Heart - Trees have no tongues; but they speak to the heart (AuthorJames Chip)

  • Rolling in the Aisles - General advice for running comedic RPG adventures  (AuthorDave Joria)

  • Loot it or Lose it - Special items you might find left behind in any capitalist/consumer hellscape (AuthorSam Gundaker)

  • Two // One - A lyric game about posing and taking selfies as a thirty ton mecha (AuthorVivian J)

  • The Maven Guide - Drop-in locations for your RPG, written in a restaurant review format (AuthorAlda)

  • Artefact Affinity - GM-less worldbuilding that uses a tarot deck to inspire scenes from an artifact’s history (AuthorNathan Blades)

  • Die20! - Why dice are cancelled forever (AuthorJulian K)

  • Gifts of Gods - A one-page RPG about mythology and dying gods (AuthorSteve Dee)

  • Songs and Poems for Yon Adventures - For the bard in you (AuthorSen.H.H.S)

  • The Summoning - A solo game about a familiar answering a call (AuthorNynphaiel)

  • Red Box Dawn : The Ballad of Bargle - A retrospective piece on the trauma inflicted on a generation by the Red Box (AuthorAndi Lennon)

  • Subject 3 Prone - A lyric game inspired by the short film This House Has People In It (AuthorGeorgie Bats)

Credits: The indie Network is written by Zoe with art by Nynphaiel. Exodus is written by Andrew Grondin with art by Nynphaiel. The Lonely Giant is written by Nick Wedig with art by Nynphaiel. HyperHalfling's Loot Tables is written by The Hyper Halfling. The Last Rebel is written by W.H. Arthur with art by Jane Hermiston. #SixMoves Les Miserables Edition is written by Logan. A Wood Heart is written by James Chip with art by Georgie Bats. Rolling in the Aisle is written by Dave Joria. Loot It or Lose It! is written and illustrated by Sam Gundaker. two // one is written by Vivian J. The Maven Guide is written by Alda. Artefact Affinity is written by Nathan Blades with art by Nynphaiel. Die20! is written and illustrated by Julian K. Gifts of Gods is written by Steve Dee. Poems and Songs for Yon Adventures is written, composed and performed by Sen.H.H.S. The Summoning Part 1: The Familiar is written and illustrated by Nynphaiel. Red Box Dawn: The Ballad of Bargle is written by Andi Lennon. Subject 3 Prone is written by Georgie Bats. Layout by Jane Hermiston. Editing by Marx Shepherd. Cover art by Jane Hermiston. This project was organised by Marx Shepherd.

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Jane H September 28, 2020 6:50 pm UTC
Love seeing this online! =D So many great games and articles!
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