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The Great American Novel, A Roleplaying Game

A project in Los Angeles, CA by Christopher Grey

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A character-driven storytelling tabletop RPG.
Backers: 390
Average Pledge Per Backer: $28

Funded: $10,866 of $5,000
Dates: Feb 18th -> Mar 20th (30 days)
Project By: Christopher Grey
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Latest News

"If this typewriter can't do it, then f*ck it, it can't be done." -Tom Robbins

March 20th - via:
I am overjoyed with the outcome of this passion project. When I first approached the idea a couple years ago I truly thought I'd be the only one who needed a game like this and was only ever intending on just getting enough to make it and get it out... (Read More)

"A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it." --John Steinbeck

March 19th - via:
Friends, there is only 24 hours left of the Kickstarter campaign for The Great American Novel, A Roleplaying Game. And we are mere hundreds of dollars away from the next stretch goal which will not only put five more setting trappings into the core... (Read More)

"Everything want to be loved." -Alice Walker

March 9th - via:
In recent days The Great American Novel, A Roleplaying Game hit its first stretch goal. I was out of town with my family and we all rejoiced when the ticker crossed the $7,000. I am truly thrilled and humbled to be on this journey with you. Thank... (Read More)

“And so we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald

March 4th - via:
Friends, We have had an amazing few weeks. I'm particularly thrilled to see how close we are to hitting the first stretch goal at $7,000. That will mean that The Great American Novel, A Roleplaying Game will have many turn-key settings, conflicts,... (Read More)

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” -- Maya Angelou

February 25th - via:
As a creator it is difficult to express in words what it feels like when someone believes enough in your ideas that they will personally invest to make sure it happens. I am forever grateful for this community and it is a privilege to be on this... (Read More)

"All this happened, more or less" -Kurt Vonnegut

February 19th - via:
In just under 24 hours The Great American Novel, A Roleplaying Game was 62% funded. I didn't go into this with specific expectations--I've found that holding my breath and compartmentalizing things is generally the easiest way to handle Kickstarter... (Read More)

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