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World of Darkness Solo Adventures


If you already own the StoryPath solo rules written for Scion those rules are newer and more expansive than these older rules.

World Of Darkness Solo Adventures

These rules provide a StoryTeller emulator enabling you to play out adventures where you are both player and StoryTeller. A simple dice pool mechanic is used to answer questions you would normally put to your StoryTeller.

The rules cover closed questions that can be answered with a yes or no as well as open questions. These are handled using word prompts from which you infer the actual answer taking into account your adventure so far, the word prompts and the type of adventure you want to have.

WoD Games

These rules are not tied to any one game. Anything that uses StoryTeller as its underlying system can be played as a solo game using these rules.

Record Keeping

There are three simple record sheets included in this booklet to enable you to keep track of your adventures. Solo play is a sandbox in style but with zero prep. Just pick a game, make a character and you are ready to play. To hold it all together some simple records are needed to record your improvising.

Make You A Better Story Teller

As you solo play you will build up your improvisation skills as these are essential to successful solo play. The better these skills get a better a StoryTeller you will become when playing with a group. Nothing they throw out will knock you off your stride as you will have been there are done that through your solo adventures.

No Game Unplayed

With solo play, you can pick up any WoD based game and just play it. You are not dependent on gathering a group and convincing them to play. Solo play really puts the emphasis on Play and not being StoryTeller. If you never get a chance to get out from behind the screen then these solo rules will set you free.

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November 7th, 2019
Interesting rules. I haven't tried to play with them yet, but they seem like an interesting method to generate writing prompts for a story. Though marked as a World of Darkness book, the mechanics inside look very Chronicles of Darkness (assumed diffic [...]
September 11th, 2019
World of Darkness Solo Adventures gives us a set of rules and reference materials in order to play World of Darkness games by yourself. It introduces a mechanic called the oracle which allows you help set the scence, by answering yes or no questions. [...]
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