Is it possible for you to have community copies for this?
One Page Lore: Fantasy Folk
A downloadable game
One Page Lore: Fantasy Folk provides the highlights for the diverse and unique people you'll meet in fantasy tabletop role playing games (TTRPGs) that makes them fun to play as characters or non-player characters (NPCs) no matter what system you use.
It also provides alternatives to and removes personality restrictions, social constraints, and problematic tropes, allowing for better, more engaging characters. Players and DMs can use these ideas as ground work or suggestions when creating characters, expanding on these ideas to the limits of their imaginations, personal taste, and setting.
Oh, and it packs it all into one page, so you can start playing sooner.
Folk available in One Page Lore: Fantasy Folk:
- Dikarya (mushroom folk)
- Endracot (dual-form critterfolk)
- The Formless
- Liches (undead)
- Mites (termite folk)
- Quericu (tree folk)
- Skeletons (undead)
Want a copy? Just ask (send me an email, tweet, or DM).
I want to make sure everyone who wants a copy has one while also building a relationship with readers and players. There's always an extra copy waiting just for you. Just ask.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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I'm new to itch, so I'll have to look into how to get that set up. But the idea of community copies seems nice. Thanks for bringing it up.
You are welcome.
Thanks again for bringing up community copies.
So I read up on it and I like the idea, but I wanted to do it a bit differently. Rather than having copies based on sales, I have it open to anyone who asks. However, the current layout for community copies won't let me do that, so I added it manually.
Any chances at a sequel?
Instead of a sequel, I will be adding more folk to the book. That way everyone who already bought it has access to the new material.
There will be a separate companion book called something like One Page Lore: Locations that will get into the culture of different places and ways that can influence a character. Separating nature (Fantasy Folk) from nurture (Locations) is a big part of the One Page Lore series.
Thanks for asking!
More than one page TOTAL SCAM (it's great)
Love this; great for brainstorming ideas!