Anyone interested in doing a little testing of Lord of Terror?

It's a Second Guess System based Diablo inspired dungeon crawler. SGS generally does bare bones single page solo journaling games, but with each release, I've expanded that scope- from duo games to rudimentary character creation and more.

LoT is the biggest departure with three different classes with xp/level based progression and skills all on the same journaling base.

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@kennon This was my first time ever hearing about a "journaling game" before so I decided to give it a try and I died during the 3rd Moment (I blame my d20 for killing me 🤣).

I liked it though, going to definitely give it another go because I love the simplicity and openness.

1 question, when it says "mark one of the Advancements listed" does that mean the next one in order, or do I select whichever one of the options I choose?

Thanks again for introducing me to solo RPGs!

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@KuJoe also, if you haven't done journaling games before, may I suggest my game Hard Case? It's detective noir and free!

If you don't mind spending a dollar, my Edgar Allen Poe inspired One White Eye is still one of my favorites, though.

gamenomicon.itch.io/hard-case

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