I love this game!
Minor note: When playing it, we used grave dirt instead of mummy wrappings since that seemed pretty sketchy.
Absolutely breathtaking. Begins with a short essay on morality and choices that I already know I'm going to come back to again and again.
Not only shows how to make a colossal beast truly seem huge in a game, but also discussed why decisions were made, which gave me a greater appreciation for how things work.
And, youknow, gorgeous art and amazing layout.
I really enjoyed reading this well-considered game. However, I noticed that the second page of both of the "accuser" handouts says that "the priest is a Witch." (at the end of the first paragraph on the right side). Although the text of the motivations on each "accuser" handout match the gender of the witch, I wondered if there were any other differences on the "accuser's" second page besides that one line.