Something is Wrong Here — Kira Magrann
A spooky, compelling game by long-time friend of Posthuman Studios, Kira Magrann. An uncanny emotional love letter to David Lynch's work, this is one of the tightest designed RPGs we've played in a long time.
"In this game you'll play troubled humans who struggle with their dark pasts and inner demons in order to make meaningful, potentially healing connections with each other. At some small town diner with a neon sign, in a broken down car on the highway, in someone's wallpapered living room, at the old roadhouse down the way, unsettling scenes of Americana unfold as the game heads down its inevitable nightmarish path."
One deck contains everything needed to play - 54 cards containing the game, rules documents, and safety mechanics. Playable in one session; suitable for any level of familiarity with roleplaying games.
About Kira Magrann
Kira is a tabletop roleplaying game designer, queer nonbinary cyborg, and snake friend living in Columbus, Ohio. She is known best for her most recent games A Cozy Den (about lesbisnakes in winter time) and Something Is Wrong Here (an uncanny emotional love letter to David Lynch's work). Kira has a Patreon where she designs experimental games and a YouTube vlog about game design. She is also the creator of #Aprilttrpgmaker, and the newsletter featuring marginalized creators More Seats at the Table. Follow her current projects at @Kiranansi on Twitter.
Pre-Order: Xenovore will go to the printer in early December 2020, and we anticipate shipping it to you in early January 2021. Pre-orders will get the PDF version for free on Wednesday, December 2nd.
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