This jam is now over. It ran from 2020-08-08 11:00:00 to 2020-09-07 11:00:00. View 21 entries
Roll d66 or choose your Theme! Feel free to re-roll or choose if you decide later that it's not to your liking—but your incursion must use one of these 36 Themes.
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What's Trophy? Trophy is a pair of dark fantasy role-playing games by Jesse Ross, first published in Codex Magazine. This jam is for incursions (scenarios) for Trophy Dark—the original version, for one-shot tragic eco-horror stories about treasure hunters meeting their dooms in the ancient, unforgiving forest.
What's a trifold? It's a lo-fi medium for distributing adventures, modules, and games, made by folding a sheet of paper into thirds like this:
The goal of this jam is to make a Trophy Dark incursion that:
If you're looking for a trifold pamphlet template to make layout a bit easier, you can find a bunch freely-available here:
You can use the #TrophyTrifolds tag on twitter to talk about the jam and your entries!
At bare minimum, an incursion needs:
The following are also good, but optional:
Use whatever art and layout you like (as long as it's print-friendly)!
At the start of the jam I'll unveil a list of 36 randomly-generated words for you to pick your Theme from! Even if you pick the same theme as someone else, you'll probably still go in different directions.
You don't have to restrict yourself to the Trophy setting, or the forest as the location where your incursion takes place, or dark fantasy or psychological horror as the genre you'd describe your incursion with! Feel free to create something different or new.
Make sure you give appropriate attribution for any art assets used (e.g. images and fonts) and include the correct Trophy attribution in a recognisable form somewhere in your trifold:
This work is based on Trophy (trophyrpg.com), product of Jesse Ross and Hedgemaze Press, and licensed for our use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Trophy is adapted from Cthulhu Dark with permission of Graham Walmsley. Trophy is also based on Blades in the Dark (found at http://www.bladesinthedark.com/), product of One Seven Design, developed and authored by John Harper, and licensed for our use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/).
Here are some easy ways of boosting your incursion's accessibility:
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