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We know how this ends. Others have traveled this way before you, and you may one day come this way again - but those are other times. This is now. And you have many miles to go.

Dust of the Traveled Road is a collaborative storytelling game for 2-4 players about venturing into the unknown, discovering new things, and letting your experiences change you. It is also a game about a small group of travelers on the Road to stranger places, and the bonds you forge along the way.

You will take on one of three roles - Knight, Adept or Magus - and set out from the Dreaming City , a bizarre metropolis that has been your home for some time, to see the world beyond it together with your traveling companions. You will visit strange places, meet peculiar people, and gather the Dust of this world until you reach Journey's End. Your journey will change you - and in turn, you might change the world.

To play, you will need a copy of the rules and character sheets, and a copy of the world map included with the game.

This game was created for the Journey Jam, hosted by Meghan Cross. You are encouraged to use safety tools when playing it. You can find the Safety Tools Toolkit here, curated by KiennaS and Lauren.

StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(7 total ratings)
AuthorAnna Landin
GenreAdventure
TagsFantasy, storytelling, Tabletop role-playing game

Purchase

Buy Now$12.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $12 USD. You will get access to the following files:

DustOfTheTraveledRoad-v1.pdf 3 MB
DustOfTheTraveledRoad-textonly.pdf 268 kB
Dust-character-sheets.pdf 1 MB
Dust-Map-v1.jpg 6 MB
Dust-Map-v1-printerfriendly.jpg 3 MB

Comments

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I only recently discovered this genre of solo journaling rpg. This looks so amazing.

Thank you! Dust is a game intended for play with other players - but I'm sure you could solo-play it if you want! Let me know how you get on with it.

The illustrations for this and your other games are fantastic!

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thank you so much!