Cult of the Morach: An Old School Adventure

A project in Richmond, VA by Scott Wegener

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A GLAIVE adventure for characters levels 2-4!
Backers: 155
Average Pledge Per Backer: $25

Funded: $3,835 of $840
Dates: Feb 1st -> Feb 28th (27 days)
Project By: Scott Wegener
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Kickstarter Backers Never Disappoint

February 26th - via:
When I set out to write a mystery point-crawl (I guess that’s what I’m calling it) I had pretty modest expectations. An adventure is not usually as appealing as a universal toolkit, like HOME.  But you guys have gone above and beyond as usual.... (Read More)

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February 5th - via:
Let’s talk Stretch Goals. I’m leaning into the tactile things that can make play feel more immersive and fun for the players. The character cards will be illustrated on one side and contain stats and relevant text on the other. Here are a few... (Read More)

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