The curse of living in the golden age of tabletop is that for many of us, our lives are busier than they've ever been.
Every week, there are more and more new games that we want to play, and as that pile grows, the time we can dedicate to each of them shrinks.
Roleplaying is my favourite thing that I never get to do.
Sharing complex problem solving in narratively-driven and physically safe environments is something I think everyone should partake in. And once you're in the hobby, it's difficult to get out.
But why would you want to?
You wander leisurely through an autumnal breeze, clad in a warm jacket. You breathe deep, the scent of the trees around you rife in the fresh air. You're alone but for nature. For the first time in the longest time, you feel at peace.
You score 12 points.
'I would never have played Scythe.' He said. 'Without the mechs, you would never have convinced me.'
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