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This was a novel way of adding murder investigation procedures to ARC. But the players are on the other side --- as the murderers! I was also delighted with how much detail there was with the boat's journey and NPCs, creating lots of opportunity for shenanigans to ensue.

I liked how interesting the spells were, with many dealing with existential aspects. It can add a lot of spice to any campaign!

I liked how interesting the spells were, with many dealing with existential aspects. It can add a lot of spice to any campaign!

Where to even start with this adventure! It's so imaginative and it's just bursting with cool ideas. And that graphic design is to die for.


This is obviously a work of love and an adventure worth immense attention.

Where to even start with this adventure! It's so imaginative and it's just bursting with cool ideas. And that graphic design is to die for.

I love how this module opens up new, touching stories about separation. And it's cool to see the Clock used in a new manner, too. I'd love to have the chance to use this in my own games. While this module requires ARC, there's also meat within it that can be easily used even outside of the system.

I love how this module opens up new, touching stories about separation. And it's cool to see the Clock used in a new manner, too. I'd love to have the chance to use this in my own games.

Thank you for sharing! ^^

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So *you're* the reason ARC became extra popular! (that, and a recent award win, hah) Thank you so much for the video --- I'm honored by the time and care you've placed in it. Thank you!

It's like hope, but it died

Excellent. In the game of dischorse, the only loser is the person who didn't come with prepared arguments of varying hilarity

Their burrows are littered with SO many yolk separators (except on Tuesdays)

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Thanks for your kind comment! I hope it provided an hour of fun!

Just like poblins! Thanks for reading through! ^_^

The game is chock-full of content and lore to paint a vibrant world to play in. It's also easy to see the love and research that went into this RPG!

It's taking forever for me to write, but I'm getting somewhere... https://discord.com/channels/838292687454732318/970336930824871966/9731676663553...

How's everyone doing? Do you need any help with resources or gameable bits? 

That sounds exciting! I hope all goes smoothly for it ^^

Thank you so much. I can't imagine the effort it took to edit and capture all this wonderful content. I'm glad it was a meaningful experience!

A very sharply designed, well-made adventure with plenty of peril to enjoy. I found the game incredibly organized, a blessing for any Guide who wishes to run this at their table.  Excellent!

A very sharply designed, well-made adventure with plenty of peril to enjoy. I found the game incredibly organized, a blessing for any Guide who wishes to run this at their table.  Excellent!

Noblinjam is almost upon us! I'm planning on writing a small snippet of a compatible setting for it :) How about everyone?

Thank you, Matthieu. I'm glad it gave you joy!

Thank you, you're too sweet!

No, I'm afraid not at this time!

Oh, no worries! I had meant it in the sense of, "you only have seven events, so if you take a bond then that uses up an event that could've gone to a spell". I hope that makes sense!

Thank you so much for giving it your time and attention! I hope with replay, it becomes more seamless to write. Enjoy once more!

Thanks—that's really flattering to hear! I hope you enjoy the book.

Your Magus character might even work as character seeds for heroes or NPCs in a future game :) I'm glad you enjoy!

Thank you for the kind words!

Alfred Valley always seems to find amazing combinations of coins, pen, paper, and the intricacies of oracle and character-making. Exceptionally cool work as always!!

Thank you so much! I hope your story is as magical as it is captivating.

Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed the experience :)

Thank you, Melvinti! That's a good question, as currently the versions uploaded have dark background pages, which makes for a difficult printing experience. Unfortunately, there's no easy answer—the "one-page summary" is printable, but at the moment there's no print version that's ink-friendly for the rest of the game. 

Thank you so much! I always get a kick when someone shares a story and it turns out two folks had the same random roll but interpreted it so differently.

It took me several months to decide how to response, as a part of me is still afraid you commented to troll me, but words like these are very reaffirming and I'm very glad it inspired you. I'm excited to see if it sparked more games or stories from you, too!

Thank you so much Côme! This is a very touching review from you, and I'm pleased you found even the touches of chaos valuable.

I really enjoyed it. There's a charming quality that doesn't overstay its welcome; the beginning part of the game also makes you feel quite motivated and attached to the premise even though the graphics themselves are "simple".

Hello, please add https://momatoes.itch.io/the-magus

Thank you.

Thank you so much, Nakade. I really appreciate your response!