Hey everyone, I’m looking to GM my first DW game, starting with Funnel World, and it would be PbT on RoleGate if you…

Hey everyone, I’m looking to GM my first DW game, starting with Funnel World, and it would be PbT on RoleGate if you…

Hey everyone, I’m looking to GM my first DW game, starting with Funnel World, and it would be PbT on RoleGate if you feel like joining.

Time zone: European Times

Speed: Fast Paced

System: Funnel World, going into Dungeon World

Link: https://www.rolegate.com/ref/pasanov/where-the-horses-at-funnel-world-adventure

Hook: You wake up in the outskirts of a small, seaside town of Namoray to alarms! All of the horses in the nearby field have disappeared, what do you do?

https://www.rolegate.com/ref/pasanov/where-the-horses-at-funnel-world-adventure

13 thoughts on “Hey everyone, I’m looking to GM my first DW game, starting with Funnel World, and it would be PbT on RoleGate if you…”

  1. I joined the game, looking forward to it! I’ve run Funnel World myself (and an off-brand funnel world using Peter Johansen’s Villager class), and it was lots of fun! I am curious how the “funneling” part will work with only one villager each given how mortal these villagers are. Speaking of the villagers, how do we roll for their stats?

  2. Glad to have you! I left it at one cos of the speed of play that allows for pretty much rolling new character in an hour or less, as you saw when you joined. As for introducing them to the game, we’ll see what you guys give me to work with, but I have a few ideas.

  3. Gerke Bouma if you have the time, sure, I added one more spot, and Axe looks like to be a no show anyway, but I’ll wait until tomorrow before deleting him, just in case.

  4. Emir Pasanovic Aight! I’m not yet familiar with funnelworld other than the general concept, so if there’s anything I should (n’t) do let me know.

  5. What (not) to do in Funnel World… don’t get attached to the character too much, I guess? I mean, that’s kind of obvious since they have 4 HP, but you’re not going to be playing several characters at the same time, and that means you will get to know Donna pretty well. And not getting attached means letting her go. If you feel like she’d do something in game, don’t stop to think whether she should do it. Instead, go with it, it’ll make everything more fun and fast paced. But that’s just general Dungeon World recommendation, I think.

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