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A member registered Jun 07, 2020

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I've played this game with a friend twice and both games were really fun!  I got the game in the Racial Justice bundle a couple of years ago but I came back to buy it properly since we got so much use out of it.

We used tarot cards instead of making our own oracle cards, and the different tarot decks added a lot of flavor to the settings. The two cities turned out very different!

Our playtime was waaay longer than the game text suggests - 4-5 hours to build the city and characters (even though we only made 6 characters), plus a second session of 4-5 hours another day to play the story. We're both worldbuilding nerds though, and ended up making fantasy cities with magic and politics and so on; it took some time to make sure everything tied together. We had a lot of fun bouncing ideas back and forth and coming to a consensus.

I highly recommend this as a game, and it would also be fun to brainstorm/outline a book for nanowrimo etc.( You'd still probably want a partner though, I think.)

One suggestion in case there is ever a second edition - on our second playthrough we really wished for more options in the "A Place of..." table for generating locations. 12 prompts instead of 9 might be easier to work with. E.g., Near the end we just went ahead and added "Cycles" to our game for a garbage dump/waste processing center (debated "Life & Death" or "Renewal" as alternatives). Just a thought!

Hi! I got this in the Racial Justice bundle a couple years ago, and I just read through the PDF. The premise and the angels sound lovely, but I'm a little confused about the flow of play with more than one player. It says "Have a friend(s) alternately narrate but you could also mend and unmend that heart of yours yourself."

Does each person play a different human with their own archangel to date, and you take turns going on "dates" with your different angels?  Or do you pair off with one human and one archangel each and go on "dates" together? Or something else?

What do you envision for more than 2 players?

Thank you!

I enjoyed this a lot once I figured out the rules. The screenshot example in the comments really helped to explain - it reminds me of playing Go, where groups of stones need liberties to survive. Instructions and scoring could use some work but the game itself is fun and addicting.

Thank you for the warning!

I would also like to chime in to say that a basic sort/filter would be really useful. Just stuff like, sort alphabetically or by file size, filter by video game/PDF/other, filter by OS for video games. Not just in bundle purchases though, I don't see a way to do this in my library either?

A search by title would also be nice if you're feeling fancy, or just being able to set the layout to see everything on one screen (with smaller/no cover images) would allow CTRL+F searching.