Towns Like Ours
Towns Like Ours - A Turn RPG Supplement
Original Towns, Beast Archetypes, & Human Roles for playing Turn in new places.
Shapeshifters in Turn are always finding new things to get stressed out about, and new ways to ease that stress. Imagine what they can find as they go beyond the rural United States! This new original content for the Turn roleplaying game includes more time in small town in America in Smeed Hill, representing towns affected by economic crises, where you meet the human Holdout, and the beast Squirrel and Skunk. It also explores the ocean-front commuter town Harmouth in the United Kingdom, where you meet the human Traveller, and the beast Seagull and Badger. You also travel to Halver in Germany, based on the author's hometown and rich with history, introducing the human Snowake and beast European Hare and Grey Heron. Finally, this book opens up a detailed perspective on Italian culture, representing two towns and introducing the human roles of the Keeper and the Second Generation, and the beast archetypes of the Roe, Boar, Falcon, and a modified Bear.
There's so many miles and so many moments to experience in this collection, and enough material to tell different stories in the same towns as you find all the nooks and crannies of the town's history. And when you're done, you can simply take a trip to the next town! Find out how these towns are different, and how they're really just towns like ours, as you play.
This supplement is compatible with the Turn tabletop roleplaying game by Beau Jágr Sheldon and should be used with the Script Change RPG Toolbox for safety.
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