Solo RPGs on Your Table - March 2020
Welcome to Solitaire RPGs on Your Table!
We are so glad that you're here! Pull up a chair, crack open a gamebook, and play by yourself! Adventure awaits!
Not sure how to RPG alone? Ask some questions here, everyone is friendly and we are all learning how to do this together.
The "rules" are easy to learn and keep in mind:
Play any RPG (pen & paper, game book, LARP, story game, etc...)
Post about it. What happened during your session? How do you play? What components do you use? What made you pick the system you used? Mini review or session report? It's up to you! Share as much or as little as you want. You can't do anything wrong here. What you think is an RPG, is an RPG.
Be kind to each other and have fun!
March's Theme: Choose Your Own Gamebook
Do you remember going to the library and pulling down a Choose Your Own Adventure book? Rolling to best the Warlock of Firetop Mountain? Holding your finger between the pages to make sure the next page didn't end your adventure as the Lone Wolf? This month I'd like to celebrate and highlight some of the lighter games in our beloved hobby. Tell us about your favorite, the first you ever played, or some things you think the genre gets right that you employ in your current solo games.
Also, check below. I've linked some resources for folks who don't have access to gamebooks at their local library!
The Solo Roleplaying Guild
Solo RPGs on Your Table Monthly Geeklist SUBSCRIPTION THREAD - The Meta-List
SROYT Made me buy this! - A place to give thanks or throw blame when SROYT inspires you to open your wallet
Need More Tables (Or Other World Building Aids) for Solo/GM-less Gaming! - Tables! TABLES!
Roleplaying Alone Together - in case you want to play with other people!
Solo Gamebook Master Review list
Future Hosts:Corey Mayo(cmmayo)United States
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