Published by Ye Olde Gaming Companye.
I hate the term “fantasy heartbreaker,” not so much for its original purpose — though I do have serious issues with it even in that form — but for the way it’s become shorthand in some quarters for simply dismissing a fantasy game without the need for rational discussion of its merits or flaws. Like “nerd rage,” it’s used as a substitute for both thought and empathy and I loathe it. That’s why, when I was asked by Jimmy Swill of Ye Olde Gaming Companye (YOGC) to read its new fantasy roleplaying game, Wayfarers, I agreed to do so. Though I already have D&D in various forms for my gaming needs, that doesn’t mean I can’t potentially learn a thing or two from other RPGs, particularly ones that explicitly tout their “old-school feel.”
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