Bearers of the Word: Let's Review: Perilous Tales (beta)
#PerilousTales "perfect for that thing that came as part of a pack that you never thought you would use. You know the one. Yeah, that one."
I saw someone post on Facebook about their 5e homebrew game of thrones game that uses spells from the star wars d20 game and has a sanity system.
Why do people insist on taking an already bad system and making it worse by just grafting in pieces it wasn't meant to support, instead of, I dunno, just playing a system designed to do what you want to do.
It was a cool first session (we took a lot of time for character introductions, although in the in-game fiction things were kinda in the middle of the action)
The current campaign I'm GMing is using #dungeonWorld, and we're having a lot of fun (playing online due to pandemic).
I'd love to hear what y'all are playing!
I'm Elad, He/Him, en/עב
Just joining tabletop.social after a long time on and off other instances.
I came here looking for some fun interaction among likeminded geeks who're into #ttrpgs
I'm a socialist, I work for a workers' union. I love ttrpgs and I host a weekly podcast about ttrpgs (in Hebrew...).
I'm a socialist geek, father, unionist and educator.
I play #PbtA (#masks #dungeonWorld), world and community building games (#microscope #theQuietYear #kingdom #exNovo) and some #OSR
I run a weekly #ttrpg podcast: Not Critical לא קריטי (Hebrew)
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