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Codex - Starlight 2 (Issue #46)

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Temple of the Peerless Star This is a deluxe Trophy Gold incursion inspired by the original Temple of the Peerless Star. The original version was for Dungeon World, and was featured in the Discern Realities podcast and Codex - Starlight. We have revamped it and recontextualized everything for Trophy Gold. This is a narratively complex incursion, with lots of ways to explore and resolve it, and Trophy fans are going to love it. 

Snipe Hunt Written by David LaFreniere. This is mechanically inspired by Witch: The Road to Lindisfarne, and is about a teenager who has taken a group of young kids out into the woods for a snipe hunt in order to protect them from some kind of calamity back in town. The game is inspired by movies like Red Dawn and Invasion of the Body Snatchers. 

Bed, Breakfast, & Beyond This is a short, one-shot version of Brindlewood Bay about an elderly gay couple who run a bed & breakfast trying to figure out why guests keep disappearing from Room 3. It takes the basics of Brindlewood Bay and slims them down to tell this more compact, supernatural-focused story. And in the same way that Brindlewood Bay was a groundbreaking game for how it presented elderly women characters, so is this hack in how it depicts love between two elderly gay men. It was written by Alicia Furness and Chris Bissette.

Three Dozen MORE Signs the Stars are Right! A sequel to the miscellany originally found in Codex - Starlight

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