Oh that makes me excited, I can't wait to see more stuff from you! This format was a lot of fun and I've actually been trying to find something that's similarly guiding but gives you leeway and haven't found one yet. You've made something really cool, I hope you keep it up!
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I've never played a solo ttrpg made to be a solo and not just me attempting to play a ttrpg by myself before, so this was new to me! It was a great story and I had so much fun writing it that I ended the adventure in a week with 385 pages as my "notes" doc. I love the different choices you're given and how whimsical everything feels when you play it. Every single setting you come across has its own unique feel and it really does drive home the idea that you're living in an actual universe that was smooshed together in a hurry by the gods.
All in all, I had a ton of fun playing this game, and I might end up playing it again in a completely different way in the future. And that's the cool part! I can totally do that and get a story with similar plot beats but the story itself will be entirely different. The game gives you enough guidance so that you don't feel like you're having to make everything up by yourself while also giving plenty of leeway to make the story what you want it to be.
tldr; Very good, 10/10
I've been dealing with undiagnosed conditions since I was a kid. This game, even though the protagonist doesn't have the same issues as I do, is extremely accurate on what it's like to navigate any sort of invisible illness. This made me so emotional, especially because I've been told that I cannot be diagnosed with anything other than chronic pain, and I can't get help other than just dealing with it. This game makes me hope that I'll get to chapter three, even if it's a long way away.