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Every year the citizens of Edmund Valley are witness to the Procession, a march of fantastic and monstrous beings that pass through the town, and as they do, they perform miracles. Discover the miracles of the Procession and decide how they change your version of Edmund Valley.

This is a one or more player game that requires a deck of cards to play.

The art is Procession of Monstrous Figures by Wendel Dietterlin, the Younger. Inspired by The Quiet Year by Avery Alder and the Alone series by Takuma Okada.

The game can be printed as a zine.

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CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(25 total ratings)
AuthorZargo Games
Tagscard, solo, Solo RPG, story, zine
Asset licenseCreative Commons Attribution_ShareAlike v4.0 International
Average sessionAbout an hour


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In order to download this zine you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Procession.pdf 12 MB
Procession Singles.pdf 29 MB
Procession Printing Instructions.txt 1 kB
Procession Zine letter line.pdf 14 MB
Procession Zine letter no line.pdf 14 MB
Procession.txt 3 kB
Procession A4 Print PDFs.zip 58 MB
Procession A5 Print PDFs.zip 32 MB

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I’ve had this for 3 yrs and finally played & had a really nice time with a friend the other week! We played from scratch in about 50 minutes, but it definitely feels like it would be a great modular addition to a worldbuilding game/phase - it changes and suggests interesting things about the town and world that can go in a lot of directions. I like immediately wanted to slot this into cloud empress, I think it would fit v interestingly in the lowlands in that setting. Thanks for a fun game!


You're very welcome, and thank you for playing my game! I'm so glad you enjoyed it! Using the town you made in another rpg would be really cool!