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I think I was too kind on my god playing it for the first time. I gave him a softer ending, perhaps, owing to the fact that I was basically responsible for the repeated betrayals leading to his descent into despair... oops.

I really enjoyed myself. I wrote all my answers (and some of the questions as well) in my journal, which helped make my messed up little god a bit more tangible and for the things that happened to him and everyone else in the world a bit more real. 

I'd recommend playing it to an ambience-y album of your choice (I was listening to this album on Spotify), and if you're writing your answers by hand, to prepare different coloured gel pens (mainly red and gold) for the vibes. It took me about an hour to get through everything in case anyone wants a reference.


Possible minor spoilers but my favourite answer I wrote down while playing this: 

The pulsing core, where your heart would be. If you were human.

My friend and I played this yesterday evening and we had a blast! For the record, we played this online via Discord and playingcards.io and had a music bot set up to play ambient music. This is the playlist I found on Spotify and had playing, in case anyone's interested. 

In hindsight I'm not sure we played it entirely correctly, but I think we got the gist of it in the end. We spent more time than we really should have attempting to set up the playing cards, so if it's your first time using playing cards online I'd suggest familiarising yourself with the programme you're using (instead of fumbling around with it for half an hour LMAO)

It was a fun exercise in world-building and character building for sure, and, even though it's probably not the intention of the game, a great way to create a TTRPG party with meaningful character dynamics in a few hours. 

I think having a diagram of what your table should look like after you have your cards set up might be helpful, but it might also just be the case that I was kind of tired and didn't comprehend the instructions as well as I should have :P

Like the other comment says it's entirely playable alone but I enjoyed having someone to bounce ideas off of (yes there was mutual oblivious pining in our characters because why not). Either way, the two of us are definitely looking forward to playing this again!