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When he showed up on your doorstep, you decided to let him crash here for a while. But he's overstaying his welcome, and you might be stuck with Mothman. And he’s definitely chewed on your dress shirt! It's time to help Mothman fix his problems so he'll stop hogging your couch!

Ah Dang! Mothman Won't Move Out (He Said It Was Just For The Weekend) is a sequel to Oh, Dang! Bigfoot Stole My Car With My Friend's Birthday Present Inside about trying to help Mothman, get him to move out, and maybe learn a little something on the way.

(Thanks to William Carpenter of Long Beach Comics, MS for the title.)

The icons in this game are from game-icons.net, licensed under a CC BY 3.0 license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

Updated 8 days ago
StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
(4)
AuthorEttin
TagsComedy, mothman, tabletop, tabletop-rpg, ttrpg

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Bought the game because I like the sound of it, read it, loved it, but I am confused by the mechanic.  2d6 would be a range of 2-12, or is one die good thing and one die the bad thing?  Thank you in advance.  

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After you roll, you decide which die is the good thing and which die is the bad thing. If you get to roll extra dice (when the GM agrees that it's something you're good at or that you're prepared), you decide which is good and which is bad, and ignore the ones you don't use.

Oh neat, thank you for the clarification.  That helps a lot.

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So I have a general respect for Mothman, I watched The Tick growing up, but I modified these rules for Sterling Archer crashing on the couch and I'm pretty proud and excited to play this.

This sounds awesome, let me know how it goes!

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Finally played this tonight, with our regular TTRPG group. It's brilliantly put together and plays well. Makes for a nice change of pace from Monster of the Week and other, more serious RPGs. Highly recommend! :)

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I paid $5 for the title alone.

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I just read the rules now, and I was more than rewarded by my gut reaction.