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https://raycox.itch.io/make-our-own-heaven

If you'd like to hear how Make Our Own Heaven is played, Jeff has an actual play up on Party Of One podcast. 

https://www.partyofonepodcast.com/2022/04/20/324-make-our-own-heaven-with-reizor/

Earlier this month I made the bare bones version of my game for the TRAN FUCKING RAGE JAM. 
With this jam I'm hoping to refine the book, I've got a list of things to expand and improve.

The game is Reclaim Eternity, and the pitch is fringe cyberpunks and outcasts killing Gods Cyberangels, ripping out their guts, and using those to modify your body so you can kill more angels. All so you can steal gods miracle medical tech and use it to help those he rejects. 

So I'm going to be using the jam as an excuse to polish up my lumen game. Part of that is I'd like to give it a little playtest.

I thought it might be cool to maybe do an exchange, I playtest your game, you playtest mine type deal.

Any interest in trying to do something like that?

Love it, almost wish there was more!

It's like a cat I can carry with me that expresses disgust on my behalf.

This is amazing work 10/10!

A playlist I made inspired by Reclaim Eternity.
Hope it helps psych you up before making a run on heaven.

"God is real, and He is Our Enemy." - Old Reclaimer Heretic Proverb

This looks SICK!

The lovely people over at the Technical Difficulties podcast just released an actual play episode where they took a look at LLDR. 

https://www.technicaldifficultiespod.com/episodes/2022/3/16/livelovedieremember-one-shot

First off, game is explicitly a commentary on the twin evils of colonialism and capitalism. It's not an Adventuring game.

Second, this comment and others you have left all across the site demonstrate a contempt for the games you are commenting on.

All art is political, either explicitly or implicitly. 

This game is clearly not what you are looking for, but you knew that before you commented. It's a Biopunk game, of course it's gonna deal with political themes. You are clearly out here commenting on bad faith.

I don't want your money, or your patronage. Get outta my comments.

Ah yes, I found the typo you are referencing. How the heck did I use a bracet in place of an O?

thanks for spotting! And thanks for buying the game.

I'll be rolling out typo fixes soon.

Yes, correct 😊

Love what you've made here, an I love that shot of Mars too.
The layout is clean, an a nice show of your skill. I like the triangles.
The text is perfect, giving you just what you need to get going. A little bit of evocative text, the mechanics, some tools for randomisation. Love it. An excellent showing.

This is so sick! 

I'm loving reading through the pdf. Thank you for making something so cool.

Such an amazing thing you've created 🧡

I was thinking about that the other day while reading Sidney's Twitter thread about 3 Question Matrix, wargames, and OSR.

I will admit, the dice rolling is mostly there because the act of rolling a first full of dice is fun. But it also introduces the slight possibility of failure. 

Oh like self sacrificing, or sort of All or Nothing time things?

"When you have nothing left to loose..."
"When you put everything on the line..."

I think it's an interesting idea, what happens when they run out of points?

Been soaking in the stuff others have made and going over the progenitor text and I think I know what I wanna do.

I'm gonna make 2 half classes/playbooks focused around makers of things. Drawing inspiration from the Peasant right? Like how it has half a page of special moves rather than a full page. Idea being you can take these to reflect some earlier time in your life where you worked a more mundane profession.
An then I might make some lists of items themed around those two artisans/crafters.
I want one to be a Blacksmith, not sure what the other will be yet. 

Coming in late, but I've been having fun making play sheets and character keepers lately.
Is there any need for something like that? 

Also might make a little collection of gear lists, seeing as my brain is in that mode at the moment too.

I'm so glad you enjoyed it 💖

I don't often hear about people having played my games, so it means a lot to me that you got in contact.

Thank you for playing and commenting 🥰

I love this, when I'm next near an officeworks I'm gonna make a copy to play on my next roadtrip.

It's a cool thing about pilot and plane suggestion, I actually started working on a hack of LLDR about the last flight of a Starship.

Thank you for sharing, it means so much to me to know people are engaging with my work 🧡

excited to help https://raycox.itch.io/last-knights-on-earth

Type R glyphs are a metaphoric language. You can see examples of them next to the elemental ritual variations.
What happens if you are unworthy is totally up to the Outsider, it cannot be predicted...not by me anyway.
If the Vessel or the Binder wishes to resist I would advise them to remove themselves from the circle. Often if an outsider detects your apprehension, they will remove them self from the circle for your safety, but they might not always notice you apprehension.
The fastest and easiest way to end the ritual is to remove yourself from the circle. I don't know of another way to end the ritual, but I'm sure another way could be found.

Currently there are no plans to expand this work, but I hope to update the scans semi-regularly.

To quote the text: "The Ritual ends when anyone removes themselves from the ritual circle. Even the Vessel has this power."

I replied to your comment elsewhere.

The Vessel has the power to withdraw themselves from the ritual.
If you withdraw yourself from the ritual it ends.
The Outsiders drawn by this ritual have no interest in the physical world, their only interest is in learning more about you. Where would they run off too? If they will the Vessel to leave the circle than the ritual is broken and the Outsider returns to their home.
I do not understand how you got the idea that you "give over some else's body" the Binder and the Vessels are collaborators in this ritual. If you are forcing someone to do the ritual with you, than you are the danger and you are undeserving of power.

The Vessel has the power to withdraw themselves from the ritual.
If you withdraw yourself from the ritual it ends.
The Outsiders drawn by this ritual have no interest in the physical world, their only interest is in learning more about you. Where would they run off too? If they will the Vessel to leave the circle than the ritual is broken and the Outsider returns to their home.
I do not understand how you got the idea that you "give over some else's body" the Binder and the Vessels are collaborators in this ritual. If you are forcing someone to do the ritual with you, than you are the danger and you are undeserving of power.

From? It's a gift from someone long gone.
An Outsider in this context is a being from beyond our perception.
The Powers are what you make of them, although there is some guidance within the text.
The main risks emotional and mental. There is the potential for the ritual to bring up uncomfortable memories.

An Outsider shared the Glyphs with us.
The Glyphs that are known to be usable with the ritual are included and their meanings are their titles. They are elemental. You could try to adapt the ritual to use sigils of your own devising.
If however you want to try and create a new Glyph, as far as I've been able to discern they are made up of 4 straight lines, 2 circles, and a curved line.
Symbols that do not conform to this pattern are present in the document, but they are from a different language set that I was not able to translate and were included as decoration. I suspect that may have been their original purpose or they could be logos, names, or transcription errors.

I think this work is probably the one that people would find most useful in these times https://raycox.itch.io/binding-and-drawing-power

It's working fine as far as I can see.

It should open a dialogue box asking you if you want to tip for the product, if you are claiming a digital copy it for free just leave the price at zero and hit pay.

An excellent little game.
A cosy ritual filled with a comforting darkness, like closing your sleepy eyes in a warm bed.