Hey, there's no info for hit points etc, how do I figure this out? Or is this a no combat game
Camp Flying Moose for Girls of All Kinds
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Camp Flying Moose for Girls of All Kinds is a PbtA game about teen girls at a summer camp filled with strange supernatural occurrences. Inspired by Lumberjanes, and my own experiences of summer camp, the game investigates mysteries, monsters, and teenage identity.
Each session has a mystery to solve related to a strange event occurring at camp. Use your skills, friendship, and empathy to help supernatural creatures solve their problems!
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there are no hit points. If you want to have combat, it would be described narratively not mechanically. As described in the rules, the girls can be put in danger, but no physical harm should come to them.
Hopefully getting a one or two sessions of this going as a tryout on a new queer/trans friendly TTRPG Discord server soon!
Camp Flying Moose is sort of a gentle-spooky counterpart to the harsh-spooky Sleepaway. Flying Moose uses the same "you're at a summer camp and then things get supernatural" setup, but instead of following an escalating pattern of menace, you get safety, mystery, and a little adventure.
Flying Moose has a very something-tacked-onto-the-corkboard-at-the-lodge aesthetic, and it's layed out and organized in a way that makes it super easy to read. Apart from a fire icon, there isn't really any internal art, but it doesn't feel missing either.
Flying Moose is PbtA, so it's more about failing forward and complicating the story more than it is about tactics and crunch, but this works with the tone and subject matter really well. It also comes bundled with a few adventure setups and hooks, all of which are neat and flavorful.
Overall, if you want a game that orbits around friendship, problem-solving, and the weird safety/adventure split that is summer camp, I'd definitely suggest checking this out.
i`m a boy, can i still play this?