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Author Topic: Now fully illustrated: "Paris Gondo - The Life-Saving Magic of Inventorying"  (Read 416 times)

Kalum

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Hello, dear adventurers with a strong desire to declutter your loot!

Here's an announcement that sparks joy.

The fully illustrated edition of "Paris Gondo - The Life-Saving Magic of Inventorying" is now available via Itch.io and DriveThruRPG.

Bodie Hartley is the artist and I absolutely love each illustration selected for the core book.


As a reminder...

This game is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to encumbrance rules and other tropes found in beloved dungeon-crawling games.

It is a GM-less storytelling game for 3 to 6 players, designed to be played in a few hours with polyhedral dice and no preparation.

Players in this game embody Adventurers who, as a group called a Party, have reached the last level of a Dungeon and defeated the Boss who presided over it. Play starts as Adventurers discover Loot you create. The objects you decide your Adventurer carries home makes up what you pack as their Final Inventory.

If Adventurers hold on to possessions that spark joy, they might feel invigorated and satisfied for the rest of their existence, or at least until their next adventure. But letting go of less emotionally charged but useful Belongings might prove to be a deadly mistake for the Party on their Journey Home.

This new illustrated edition is ON SALES as part of an Itchfunding "bundle" featuring the French translation of the game.

This Itchfunding is happening to finance the translation of the game to Japanese.

If you are not convinced yes, maybe an actual play streamed by Majcher will.



I hope you will enjoy reading this new edition as much I did while creating it.

Don't hesitate to sign up to the Paris Gondo Newsletter for monthly news about this game.

For example, the newsletter is the best way to be informed of upcoming online sessions.

The next ones will take place at Owlbear & the Wizard Staff or Gen Con Online.

If you're curious about my other TTRPG-related creations you can also subscribe to The Rolistes Newsletter.