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I heard about this on a recent episode of the AP podcast "These Silent Secrets" and was immediately interested. I liked the gesture of including some consideration of asexuality in the Monsterhearts 2 book, but it did feel a little underdeveloped maybe, so I was really happy to see some rules written by and for people under the ace/aro umbrella.

I've literally read it through once, but the immediate thoughts are:

  • the demi rules are inspired! I read it and was like "huh, well ofc that's how it would work!" - the mark of truly great design
  • the ace rules in particular (the bit I relate to personally) were kind of uncomfortable to read and I loved that. It really captures the "thanks, I hate it" nature of being flirted with.
  • the new skins are really intriguing; the Visitor and the Vampyr in particular stood out.
  • the glossary at the back is great and will be really helpful when playing in games with allosexual players and characters.

Overall, this is fantastic supplement and well worth the price!

This sounds neat! I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with :)

I've been kicking about an idea about crossing the Lovecraft Mythos and Inception, so I'm thinking I'll try and make it a bit more than just this:

"What if we could incept Cthulhu with the idea that the stars are wrong so that he never wakes up?"

I think it'll be a little mini-game, probably PbtA-ish maybe?

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Erm... I read a few blog posts recently about introducing Marxist/socialist gameplay into the OSR and thought to myself "why not try to adapt some of these ideas to mix in with more general OSR non-combat themes and try to apply that to D&D 4e. How could that be a horrifying abomination?" So, yeah... that's what I'm trying to do 4e, but you don't get rewarded for punching things and instead have to try and cooperate to make the world a better place for all the monsters who live there :/

Hi I'm Terry, (almost) librarian from London.

Tbh I saw the principles and it really clicked. I like collaborative/homebrewed systems and games, and ones that challenge existing biases and promote more inclusive ways of doing things are ace :)