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Recruiting For a Burning Wheel or Torchbearer campaign

From: Michael L.
Sent on: Sunday, July 21, 2013 1:40 AM
Been talking to a few people and found some interested in the Luke Crane games Burning Wheel and/or Torchbearer for a video explanation of some of its interesting points is a okay written summary of the classless Burning Wheel system

When playing, beliefs, instincts, and traits of the characters tie strongly into the story, and you have a really good idea what will happen before every roll either way. Failure is as a rule going to be interesting but possibly harsh


Tocrchbearer is basically a hard mode old school era D&D dungeon explorer, but you're constantly beset by the realities of capacity, conditions, poverty, and the like


TB is harder to survive when playing, BW is a bit more technically difficult

Both systems are not simple. They both need you to read 100ish pages of rules and have a basic level of system mastery by the end of the first session

Let me know if you're interest in joining a shortish 3-4 session campaign in one and or both of the systems as a player or GM. Let me know as we'll if Skype or some online tool would work if we can't all physically get in the same place reliably

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