A downloadable solo TTRPG

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Outliers is a single-player journaling game in which you play a research assistant trying to do their job in an absurd environment. Recruit participants, collect data, and perform miscellaneous tasks around the lab before  the study runs out of funds. Keeping your job shouldn’t be hard when your participants are clones, time travelers, and cryptids . . . right?

The following materials are needed to play Outliers: 

  • A notebook, or another way to journal 
  • A standard deck of playing cards 
  • A six-sided die (d6) 
  • 10 tokens 
  • A tumbling block tower (optional but recommended)

Writing by Samantha Leigh

Editing by J. Boone Dryden

Art by Carly A-F

Layout by James Hanna

Proofreading by Marx Shepherd

Outliers uses the Wretched & Alone system, based on The Wretched by Chris Bissette.

Outliers was a winner in The Awards 2023, a panel-judged awards ceremony.

StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(28 total ratings)
AuthorFar Horizons CoOp
GenreRole Playing
TagsSolo RPG

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Buy Now$12.00 USD or more

In order to download this solo TTRPG you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $12 USD. You will get access to the following files:

FHCC-Outliers-Screen.pdf 9 MB

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Hi. Would it be possible to get a community copy? No worries if not. This looks really cool though

Hi Chezmarie,

We’re currently crowdfunding for a print run, which includes people donating community copies. They’ll be refilled once that’s resolved!

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Conspiracies? Anomalies? Eldritch horror? And the greatest, oldest evil of all - Bureaucracy?! Yes, please, inject this straight into my bloodstream. (BTW, I see you, Bill Cipher, you're not getting me this time.)

Thanks so much for your comment Axiom Delver - can we use it as a public testimonial? If so, how should we credit you?

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Of course, please use it. As for crediting me, just the name "Axiom Delver" should be enough, I don't have a big platform (working on it, though). Unless you have a preferred way to give credit? I haven't been asked for permission before, not sure what info is needed :)