Paul Czege

You know about how Dracula can't come into your home unless you invite him? It's based in truth, but not like that.
I'm at the NPC. I'm at the quest mechanic. I'm at the combination NPC and quest mechanic.
"You don't have to be still dead."
Yeah, You're a Ghoul, but Only Occasionally, and No One Knows Anyway.
A marriage of prompt-driven solo journaling and group-based TTRPG play.
What if TTRPG battles were actually terrifying?
Also fully OSR compatible.
A Short Seed Submission for #RefractionTTRPGJam That You Can Finish However You Like
It ends when you get the characters back to the same café from the starting scene.
Designed To Our Human Needs for Social Interaction During Stay-at-Home Orders
You're the Last Surviving Scryer-Prophet Searching For a Hero To Save Your World
Social Deduction Storytelling About How We Choose To Live With Each Other
Time Travel Isn't What Anyone Imagined
The Story of Finding Your Dragon Lover Again
Sometimes people ask me how to design games.
A Story of Playing a Tabletop RPG
Well shit that's a WICKED sword!!!
The Story Of Your Friendship With a 60,000 Year Old Woman
What if your secret lover, a true friend, and a hateful enemy were at the same gathering and realized they all knew you?
The Story Of a Relationship On Its Own Terms
A Game Of Intimate Witchcraft For You And a Friend
A Game of Getting What You Want Through Inaction
Roleplaying in the Reborn City
There are characters hiding in the novels we read.