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I love dark romance/urban fantasy fiction. All those cheesy teenage/'womens' vampire+werewolf+demon+hunters of the above books are just like comfort reading for me. Love it. This is that game. Its Twilight, Buffy, True Blood and the Craft all mashed up together, with a bit more sexy. Hell, I should really do a review, shouldn't I?
Anyone else got this? What are you planning to do with it?
I'm running it at Conpulsion, late night after hours. So much fun to be had.
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Neil Gow wrote:I love dark romance/urban fantasy fiction. All those cheesy teenage/'womens' vampire+werewolf+demon+hunters of the above books are just like comfort reading for me. Love it. This is that game. Its Twilight, Buffy, True Blood and the Craft all mashed up together, with a bit more sexy. Hell, I should really do a review, shouldn't I?
Yes, you should, please (rolls+hot: an 11!) Right away!
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There's been quite a few reports in the 'Bite-Sized AP' thread on StoryGames that have got me even keener to run/play it... looks like the system really encourages that sexy car-crash teen angst of the source material (which I guess also means it won't be for everyone).
Yeah, bust out a review! There's a lot of neat AW hacks coming out now (got the preview of Monster of the Week, a sorta action-against-the-supernatural hack, and Dragon World is around for free somewhere.... it's sorta a Japanese wacko fantasy comedy RPG hack, similar to Dungeon World but with it's tongue firmly in it's cheek).
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