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Melsonian Melange - Wet Grandpa and Fungi of the Far Realms Review

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04 Mar 2021 14:10 #320059 by Michael Barnes
Let’s have a look this week at two of the...

Two brilliant, wonderfully eccentric RPG books from the Melsonian Arts Council.

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04 Mar 2021 14:58 #320060 by ChristopherMD
I have that Fungi of the Far Realms book and really like it even though will probably never get used. Not sure how many RPG's have a mycologist option or even a foraging skill. I think my favorite is the mushroom that makes you fart flames if you eat it but then your anus gets some fire resistance.

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04 Mar 2021 15:16 #320063 by Gary Sax
This very particular content sourcebook approach (Fungi book) is really interesting.

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05 Mar 2021 10:56 #320112 by jason10mm
That fungi book sounds like it is CLEARLY a catalogue for ordering hallucinogenics online that has been cleverly disguised as an rpg supplement!

Kind of like how folks were trying to say weird high dollar furniture sales were covers for prostitution or whatever.

Hmm...now i wanna make a mary jane version, just call it "The Guide to the Halflings Leaf: The herbs of Middle-Earth". Bet it will sell gangbusters in states where they havent legalized pot yet :)

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07 Mar 2021 23:25 #320213 by Andi Lennon
"The writing is maybe somewhere between Cormac McCarthy, Nick Cave, and Tom Moldvay. It’s Southern Gothic by way of fantasy roleplaying games."

100% this.

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