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Managing Time Travel in TTRPG?
« on: August 11, 2020, 08:49:04 AM »
Hi heroes!

So in Suzerain (meta-setting for SWADE), there are many realms, both those of the mortals and the gods, but some take place in completely different centuries.

How do you deal with time-travel / time-bending adventures in your TTRPGs? Or how would you if it came up? How is best to organise/track a timeline?

Going to different centuries isn't compulsory but it's a great option to have, I just wondered if anyone has any tips!
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