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Charcuterie is a zine collection of small TTRPG projects I've previously released, now in a rewritten and updated form!

We've got new versions of:
>SWEAT, TEARS, BLOOD, originally written for the 200 Word RPG Challenge. Weave a story of trust and betrayal as you seek revenge against your former allies
>Terrible Tweens, a game about young monsters getting into trouble on Halloween night
>the devil's after both of us, a bleak game of survival after something has changed the fundamental nature of the world
>Double-Bro-Seven, where you try to point a drunk superspy in the vague direction of heroics

>The previously-unreleased The Problem Of Evils, the game of villains arguing with each other about the definition of evil so they can enact their world-conquering plot without regrets
>Pregen and blank character sheets for all the games that use em
>Miscellaneous doodles, notes, and commentary
>And at least one personal screed!

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(10 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
TagsGM-Less, Short, zine


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Charcuterie.pdf 1 MB

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i got to read this because of the BLM bundle and your writing and play structure is such a delight!


thank you, you made my night!


I just wanna say thank you for the tws, a lot of really high conflict games make my anxiety worse and it's nice to be able to enjoy this without being worried about it


im glad they helped! safety and comfort are big concerns of mine, and its great to hear that theyre fulfilling that purpose.