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Call to Adventure Review

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21 May 2019 00:00 #297406 by ecargo
Structurally, Call to Adventure is more tableau-building than it is...

Whether it’s spending hours staring at a character creation screen or rolling dice for just the right stats, there’s something about creating your own character that is so satisfying. You can’t help but wonder where that character will go and what story will unfold along the way. Call to Adventure gives you the opportunity to distill hours of storytelling while comfortably fitting into a weeknight evening.

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21 May 2019 09:28 #297407 by ubarose
Replied by ubarose on topic Call to Adventure Review
I almost got to play this a couple of weeks ago. It was in the library at my FLGS. I started reading the rules and sifting the components, but then got invited to play something else.

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