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You can watch Art, Jack, and Keith from Friends at the Table play the game here:

Wow! Really, really impressed by this. I think the layout of the second dream is my favorite, and I love the different mediums all mixed together through bitsy to make the rhythm of this story.

Aww! What a charming game!

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This playbook is a stand-out auto-include for TSL. The way the temporary Admiration/Homage moves build upon the Smitten mechanic and the journey of Self-Discovery really connect the mechanics and the metaphor of Thirsty Sword Lesbians in a way that sings!

The rare sequel that exceeds the original!

When you finish this story, go here:

This game is a story written for Secret Samol 2021!

If you haven't played it yet, start with, then come here.

A journey back through time with:
The Guide to the Future: ⸢There is no such thing as a Crisis at all.⸣
The Guide to the Present: ⸢Remember, you've beaten your worst Days.⸣
The Guide to the Future: ⸢We could have made them look like Anything,⸣

omg minecraft i love your work!!

Months later, I'm still thinking about this great game. One of the best, most inventive, and funniest iterations of the pbta/L&F mechanical core.

Thanks for pointing this out! Both editions have been updated.

Topograph really changes the landscape of business card game design, making "leave blank spaces/draw maps" mean something for the first time in years.

As a person who plays a lot of support and healers in other games, I really want to play The Watchpoint as a character who's in orbit of the planet the rest of the pilots and their vehicles are on. Abilities like Surprise Package make for a fun "okay, here's the thing you needed", dropped from the sky!

This deck is incredible and exactly what I needed today! I'm looking forward to using this in all sorts of games to quickly and easily develop or give character to NPCs.

It's a great idea, executed superbly!

Thank you so much for the review and feedback! The comparison to Succulent Sorcerers is both flattering and appreciated.

A new PDF has been uploaded with what is hopefully clearer text for each of these issues (short answer: yes to both), a little more direction, and a re-ordering of the pages!