This jam is now over. It ran from 2019-10-15 05:00:00 to 2019-12-01 05:59:59. View 10 entries

Tabletop games are magic, character creation especially. 

Some of the magic of games is what emerges from questions and randomness, bringing story from dice tables, card draws, or point buys.

All My Fantasy Children is a worldbuilding podcast that runs on character creation, with listener prompts each week turning into fleshed out characters that share a world, called Fantasy. It's a show that centers hope and creativity, while engaging earnestly with its characters.

This jam seeks to capture the joy of character creation! Please make random tables, character creation exercises, magic item generation tables, dungeon generators, or any other set of activities that build emergent story. 

Your submissions should be able to inspire and energize the process of character creation while being a fulfilling play experience themselves!

Some sample episodes to inspire you are:

I encourage you to charge an amount you think is appropriate for your project, while offering consideration for those in financial hardship by offering a plaintext version for free, offering no-questions download codes for those in need, or some other consideration.

While the jam's "deadline" is 11/30 at 11:59pm, I will continue to take "late" submissions in perpetuity. If you would like to submit outside of the jam's runtime, please email or tweet @LeviathanFiles.

This jam was run by Riverhouse Games. I'm not affiliated with AMFC outside of being a friend and a fan and this is not an Official(tm) AMFC production by any means.


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A deck based character creation game.
a game of introspective heroic fantasy.
a character creation game that makes you clean your room
A framework for long-term play.
Build a character's identity using their horoscope!
A character generation game based on Filipino myth.
Ask yourself: what is magic made of? And what tools do you use to shape it?
Create your very own polycule, for roleplaying games or other fiction
Tell The Stories Written On Your Skin
No one gets out of service to the Empire, not until the end, and not even then.