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Live at GenCon: Indie RPGs
 

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July 25, 2003
05:16 PM: jane says...
Live at GenCon: Indie RPGs

There's big buzz surrounding the Forge booth! People were crowding around to check out independently created, published, and owned role-playing games. In addition to industry philosopher and The Forge co-founder Ron Edwards's Sorcerer, there were a number of great-looking games. One that generated a lot of excitement was Paul Czege's My Life with Master (Halfmeme), in which players play various minions of a domineering and nefarious Master. I'm going to try to play some of it tomorrow - it looks absolutely beautiful.



 
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