Down the Wandering Road

I made a thing! The fantastic game of Wanderhome has been a real lifeline this year, something that makes me feel grounded and optimistic when everything else is going crazy. I’ve released a few different additions to the game here on my blog but this is by far the biggest.

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The Havenmaker Playbook

Today I have a new playbook for your Wanderhome game: the Havenmaker. I designed the Havenmaker as part of a “playbook jam” over on the Discord with a prompt of “the forest” and I started to imagine a kith wandering the forests of Hæth and building little cairns for small gods to live in. The idea grew from there and I’m pretty proud of where it ended up.

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Solo Worksheets for Wanderhome

Today I’m here to talk about Wanderhome, the wonderful and beautiful game from Possum Creek Games. During this, the darkest timeline, this game has been a therapeutic tool that keeps me going, often as a solo game on my own. I’ve written about some options for playing solo games before but today I want to talk about specific tools for Wanderhome.

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System Roundtable: Everdell RPG

In these trying times, game are a special refuge that revitalizes me. I think I’m not alone in that and while I currently have a tense City of Mist campaign going on and just wrapped an unnerving Invisible Sun season, sometimes it’s nice to have something cozy and pleasant to wrap up in like a warm blanket.

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Small and Forgotten Gods Generator

One thing that I didn’t spend a lot of time on in my Wanderhome review was the “small and forgotten gods” of the setting. On the one hand, they’re small spirits that add a “Studio Ghibli” vibe to the game. On the other hand, they’re a really endearing part of Wanderhome that deserves some extra attention.

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Wanderhome Review

I’ve got a treat for everyone today that I’m excited about. Kickstarter backers just got a full copy of the Wanderhome RPG and I bumped up my posting schedule to review it right away. Why? Because Wanderhome is one of those projects that seemed awesome when I read the pitch and has only got better.

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