Romance options in games are available for pretty much any TTRPG out there. After all, we are dealing with an activity that you can tailor to your needs and wants.

Having said that, there are some considerations to take into account before you start flirting with the nearest Shoggoth and risk making their MiGo partner jealous.

In this episode, we discuss what games do Romance well and what are the do’s and don’t’s of bringing romance to the table. Also, we discuss what are some of our favourite romantic tropes.

There is a lot of hilarity and inappropriateness to this episode and there are mentions of some nasty things, so please be warned and take it with a pinch of salt.

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