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The Agent who Came In from the Mystery

Following on from last post's general Ron Edwards theme, here's another Forge posting by the man himself. This time, it's about Jared A. Sorensen (if you don't know the name, you're either an IMAGinES newcomer or you just ain't been reading) and his roleplaying game, Lacuna Part I: The Creation of the Mystery and the Girl from Blue City.

A while ago, I posted a link to a playtest transcript of the game. Ron's post blows the doors off that: it details what was originally meant to be a pickup game that turned into a minor campaign in its own right, all the way down to what happened to the characters in the end. If this doesn't convince you to shell some of your hard-earned out for a copy of the game, I don't know what will. (Although you might want to hold off until Jared gets his revision finished.)

I'm gonna have to hit the library. Must read some le Carre...

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