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Just finished playing this with my boyfriend! What a blast!

Some highlights:

  • Since it was two of us, he basically served as Co-GM and we talked through each of the events and made sure we understood the rules. Right away I grasped that even though the hunt after the events is temporary, it was necessary to roll one each day if I wanted to tear down the beast before I got tore down. 
  • Part of that was because we have a smaller (mini) jenga tower, and also had less tokens (7 instead of 10). Even though I won, it was hard-fought! 
  • We listened to the entire Ghost Quartet soundtrack, which was very on cue. Screaming happened while I was trying to pull blocks

Thank you for making this game! I've been wanting to play it for a long time and glad I finally got around to it.

Thank you for the community copies!!! I just skimmed through and this looks amazing. So happy with the food options presented. The setting is very cool, but the way the story works around the characters feels like Midnight favorite Netflix show! I'm very excited to try it out. I can't believe I found such a gem! Thank you for making this!

My boyfriend and I played two sessions with recurring characters for the winter holidays. Love the random tables and the stats. Had just enough stuff to inspire us and keep us going without bogging us down with details. Lots of fun and cuteness! Thank you for making this!

I love this game!!!!!!! So much!!!!!!! Thank you for making it!!!!!!!

I'm still finishing a playthrough of this game, and am having a lovely time with the prompts. I'll be honest, I (was one of the small portions of the population that) never understood the appeal of rivalries for a long time... so when I picked this up, I was hoping to expand my knowledge, and I did! So thank you!

As for criticism (if you want it!), I do think the most fun I had with this was using the prompts, and the questions at the beginning to flesh out the characters. I did change mine slightly since one character was blind, instead of "visually" attractive I was using "physically" attractive, so I could talk more about how the other character sounded and felt. 

I would have liked, either in the setup or in the cards, for there to be more details or prompts about the setting that the characters were in. Even broader details would have made it easier to envision for myself. 

Since I'm having too much fun with the prompts -- I love that there are second prompts for if you come around to them a second time -- I haven't had too much interest in the actual end of the game to see whether the characters end up together or not, but perhaps I'll have more to say once I get to that part of the game. 

Thank you for building this game, and for reading! 

Thank you for this; it's calming and reassuring

I played this with my boyfriend of two years, and it helped us open up and communicate in a delightful way. He enjoyed the art a lot! Thank you!

This was a lovely read through. Thank you so much for sharing. Your words are absolute poetry, comforting, and calming and brilliant.