Yeah go right ahead!
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Most professionals should be able to cut the paper to size no problem, but Fen and I are considering doing an extra layout for Standard euro sizes when we have the time. Excited to see your pictures!
I'm working on a system for players to create their own groups or autonomous arms of the Bureau, called "Independent Agencies." lots of toolbox stuff for players to use to create at the table.
Oh! Fen and I assumed people would remove Jokers since most card games don't use them unless specifically called out. Like there's no jokers in most Poker hands? So i guess... do whatever you want haha
That's correct! I'll also be releasing a Devlog whenever the pdf gets updated, so itch should email you about that.
All in all I'm trying to do as few updates to the files as possible so people don't have to keep downloading new versions.
As far as hitting specific goals, I'm mostly talking about that on Twitter.
Glad you're enjoying it!!
Rules as written it would happen with the next entry to give you a little time to set it up, but there's no reason that you couldn't do it in that same entry. That is now an official "alternate rule" :P
1. Yeah, you could probably hack it to make a Tarot deck work sure!
2. That is up to whoever is writing the entry! Some games have had the machine be very similar each time, with one person building on the work of the previous, and others have had a variety of machines but all still coming from the central obsession that the game revolves around.
Yep! It's a lyric game, which is a style of emotional and poetic role playing game. Also as a LARP, this game is about fully embodied play (which is even more expanded upon with the lyrical concepts of no seperation between character and player).
So when Fen and I were writing the game, the continual downfall and failure was incredibly important to us. If you decide together with your friends to tell a different story though please let us know how it goes!! Someone finishing the machine is a wildly different game for that player in particular.
I would be able to bring so many sorts of different projects here and make sure pay between collaborators is done in a fair and equitable way. Currently if I want to do revenue sharing, it's a mess.
A4 should work for the pamphlet, it was designed with American 8.5×11 in mind but that's the closest size. The size of the journal is based on how you plan to pass it from player to player, as a large one would make it hard to mail. A5 sounds great to me!