By Megan Robertson Don’t get in the way of a baffled Viking… Publisher’s blurb: “A group of Vikings cast ashore find a village stripped of its warriors. The chieftain speaks of a witch, once a wise woman of the village, now bitter and flushed with hatred. The village suffers under her curse, and he has […]
I have had an idea for a game. It’s a card game. In the game, the players have to hunt down a bunch of witches who are performing spells on innocent people. Once they are found, they have to be burnt to death without trial because, as we all know, once you’ve made a spell, you are no longer worthy of being called a human being and deserve to die. The more witches you kill, the more points you score and, at the end of the game, the player who’s committed the most number of murders wins.
This pdf from Super Genius Games is 7 pages long, 2/3 of a page front cover, 1 page editorial & SRD, leaving 5 1/3 pages fort he new hexes.
I am a very strong believer that supporting a solid RPG setting with a solid novel or short story is always a good idea. Being a big fan of Paizo and Pathfinder, when I saw Winter Witch in the shelf of the bookstore where I was browsing, I instinctively put it in my shopping basket (yes, I have to use a shopping basket when I go to a book store… I’m that sort of guy).
This pdf is 40 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving 36 pages of content, so let’s check it out!