I just ran my first round of this, and what an absolute delight. Describing the goblin-eye view of events led to utter madness (the goblins eventually determined that a banana wasn't a fruit at all, because fruits are round and juicy, and instead it must be a kind of soft cheese), and looking for places to inject kindness and humor into the proceedings made for such a warm experience.
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I would very much like to try this in my home writing experiment with my students this year. Would it be possible to get a community copy? Thanks!
If so my email is Sharyna at gmail dot com … if not, I understand!
In the extras, the feats are not named
I know. It's just a copy of a playbook so the feats are not the point of it. The point is to provide people with a playbook layout so they can make their own. The idea is to replace the feats with ones you come up with. It's not an extra playbook.
I haven't playtested this one yet, but the whole idea is so adorable. I fell in love with it on first sight. For me these goblins feel a bit like clowns in a good way (in their heart - like really trying to accomplish things but living in a difficult world that's not made for them).
If you were wondering about ableism: I found a note in the book about that, and the whole game isn't meant to be ableistic. It's not only but also about loving people as they are, as I see it. I hope I'll be able to play this soon!
Me and my friends are really excited to try this out! Plus, I love my shoddy goblin sketch, so I recommend the service.
That seems to be a very fun and original role playing game! Can't wait to read the rules and give it a try! Cheers guys.