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Sure, the holiday season can be a little stressful, but the best way to break out that weird family energy is to play a fun tabletop game! Don’t do the same Mistake I made introducing my parents dungeons, giving them a chance to flirt with each other throughout the game. It was deeply uncomfortable and I absolutely do not recommend it. happy hPublic holidays!

The Lord of the Rings – Lost Odyssey: The Red Scribe

Game master Kate Welch is on the way up new one-shot charity campaign set in Middle-eArt. According to a Press Release, Ahead of the event, Lost Odyssey and eBay are launching a program “where both fans and businesses can buy and sell products to benefit extra livesa Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals program that has raised over $100 million to fund essential life-saving treatments and healthcare services, as well as innovative research, vital pediatric medical devices and services in the lives of children across the country.”

Lord of the Rings Roleplaying’s Lost Odyssey: The Red Scribe – Extra Life Trailer (ft. Elijah Wood)

Players include Deborah Ann Woll (True blood, daredevil)Reggie Watts (The Late Late Show with James Corden)TJ Storm (Godzilla, Deadpool), Luke Gygax (GaryCon, GaxxWorx)and the Dark Lord Sauron himself, Sala Baker (Lord of the Rings trilogy). The game is played with the current one unreleased Free League 5e supplement for Lord of the Rings rather than the game written specifically for roleplaying in Middle-eearth itself, The Lord of the Rings: The One Ring.

New Releases: The Sticker Game, Old Gods and Young Guns, Everyday Heroes

The Sticker Game: An audio drama experience for solo journaling

The sticker game is a single-player, part journal, part audio drama experience that combines sci-fi, fantasy, and whatever sticker genre the player can bring their own. Stickers are the key to influencing other realities. partnership with the agency on their ‘Universal Research Project” to gain access to the included power stickers. Participants must be brave, creative and willing to make difficult decisions. Using audio tracks and proprietary technology, your guide will help you decipher the strange biochemical properties of the stickers contained to manipulate the radon field of electromatter between universes. This is a delicate technology. What could possibly go wrong?”

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Old gods and young savages is a system-independent setting guide. It describes a space fantasy western setting inspired by Jack Kirby’s New Gods comics. The guide provides details about the world of Outward Space and the history of the dead gods who left great power. The guides include information about what life is like in this environment, possible character archetypes, and a specific look at a location with named locations and characters to unhook plots from, but it doesn’t contain game mechanics.

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“Get into the action! From the excitement of blockbuster action movies to the combat options and tactical gear of first-person shooters, adventures in contemporary environments offer a wide range of possibilities and challenges. That Everyday Hero RPG has everything you need for a modern campaign, be it car chases, computer hacking, radiation hazards or just loads of guns. Along with flexible rules for creating characters, from hardened soldiers to ingenious inventors and masterminds, these rules open the doors to playthrough of almost any modern storyline. This complete core rulebook for game masters and players brings the ease of Season 5 of the world’s most popular RPG into the modern era.”

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“Race your friends to be the first to unleash the whims of your capricious and unknown god upon the world! To play ritual race with 2-6 people, choose the god you want to follow, recruit cultists, and sacrifice them to uncanny abominations!”

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The Wandering Lake is a single player journaling game where you—a being of questionable power—defines a nameless mountain, an unsteady forest, and a settlement at the edge of the world. Your duty/destiny compels you to recover a missing lake. Will you rise to meet him?”

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The Test of High Sorcery is a Dragonlance solo adventure module co-designed by Kienna Shaw and Donathin Frye. It merges Choose your own adventure elements with D&D 5e for a solo gaming experience. There are thousands of different paths and over 60 different outcomes as you pass a magical test to prove yourself worthy of becoming a true High Sorcery Mage.”

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