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Watch the World Die – Coming Soon in Korean

Watch the World Die – Coming Soon in Korean

Last year my weird little parlor game "Watch the World Die" was translated into French by La Caravelle Association. Today I was DMd by a Korean TTRPG player who wants to translate it as well. Watching the World Die is truly a global sport, y'all....

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UnNatural – A CORE World of Supernatural Adventure

Monsters, ghosts and demons are all real. You know this, because you kill them. Most people have no idea any of this is going on, and you like it that way. Let them sleep peacefully. You're the exception. The oddball. The watcher. The hunter. Fortunately, you're not...

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The DayTrippers Campaign at Legends of Tabletop

Since March of 2017 the DayTrippers campaign at Legends of Tabletop has been a monthly event, with regular podcasts streaming live on YouTube, and edited audio versions (complete with sound effects thanks to host/producer John Haremza) archived at SoundCloud. These...

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COLLUDIUM ONE

COLLUDIUM ONE

COLLUDIUM ONE is a bundle of 17 indie RPGs and storygames by 15 small press designers for less than 40 bucks. Now Available at DrivethruRPG: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/288957/Colludium-One-small-press-games-BUNDLE

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‘Watch the World Die’ hits Silver

‘Watch the World Die’ hits Silver

WATCH THE WORLD DIE, my collaborative game of custom apocalypse - has hit SILVER status! That means it's selling at or above the 90th percentile of games available on DrivethruRPG, which deserves a WOOT! You can pick up a copy here:...

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Foley talks Fractopia on Fictoplasm

I was recently a guest (for the second time!) on one of my favorite podcasts - Fictoplasm - for a discussion with Ralph Lovegrove, who did a great job of making sure I hit all the important bullet points despite my discursive nature. Topics include... • What is...

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Fictioneers – RPGs and Storygames Forum

Fictioneers – RPGs and Storygames Forum

Fictioneers are designers, facilitators and explorers of collaborative fictional spaces, otherwise known as "Roleplaying Games" and "Storygames." Fictioneers.net is a directory of the games they play, and conversations about the things they do. In addition to its...

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