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So a current ongoing project of mine is to work out more accessible ways of playing RPGs over Roll20 etc. Would be interested in feedback on my Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple setup.

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Here's the Do game I am running for ConTessa on Sunday, June 23rd!
Game Length: 1 Hour
GM: +Jamie Sue 
System: Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple
Max Players: 5

Additional Materials Needed For Game:

Quick Reference Guide:


Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple is a slapstick fantasy storytelling game about helping people and getting into trouble.
You tell the story of young travelers who mean well, but spend most of their time getting into trouble. You use your creativity and strategy to create a humorous coming of age story. It’s like a comedic crossover between Avatar: the Last Airbender, the Little Prince and Kino’s Journey.

About the Universe

In Do, your stories are set in a universe of open, endless skies. Many tiny worlds orbit around the Flying Temple in the center of the universe. When a worldly person has a problem, they write a letter to the temple asking for help.

About the Pilgrims of the Flying Temple

The temple elders send young monks-in-training on a Pilgrimage, a stack of letters in-hand. The pilgrims are given a simple mission: “Leave this world with fewer problems than you found.” Your stories are about the pilgrims helping people, but causing new troubles in the process.
Creating a character is simple and quick by choosing two words that will be metaphors for how your pilgrim helps other people or how your pilgrim gets into trouble!

For example:

Pilgrim Green Tree gets in trouble by being naive about worldly affairs and helps people by nurturing their talents.

Pilgrim Sleeping Cat gets in trouble by taking naps at inappropriate times and helps people by suddenly freaking out without warning.

Pilgrim Cloudy Window gets in trouble by having his intentions misunderstood and helps people by opening opportunities.


GM/Facilitator: Jamie Sue

Do is for anyone ages 12 and up. If you have a child under the age of 12 that wishes to play, please have an adult sit with them to help facilitate their character.

No previous experience required.

For more information on Do:

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This sounds like it was a lot of fun!! 
Yesterday +Shoe Skogen +Ariana Ramos +Seth Harris +Jamie Sue and +Kate Niman played Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple. They were asked to collect thousands of tiny pandas that had escaped from a third-grade classroom. Chaos ensued.

I wanted to make tools to play Do on, but didn't want to duplicate work. Anyone seen this before? Otherwise I'll get started hopefully today. I will share whatever I make here.

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Now that Do and Happy Birthday Robot have been out of print for a while, I'm mulling whether they'd work as card games. If so, the next question is whether they should be direct ports of the books or be their own unique implementations. Either option is enticing to me personally, but I'm not sure whether the market would want either. What do you think?

Any one up for a game of DO this weekend?
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