A while back I ran (and played in) a forum Chaos in the Old World game. Unfortunately, the tool I was using ceased existence some ways into that game and while one of our players stepped up admirably and arted up replacement graphics for the rest of our game, I didn’t feel like it would be fair to rely on that happening going forward, so I didn’t attempt to repeat the process. But lately, I’ve been fiddling with Tabletop Simulator and I think it should be possible to use that program to track game states for basically anything there is a mod for and use screenshots from it in the forum thread. I’d like to test this idea out with the cod-Egyptian fantasy area control game Kemet, where 2-5 players compete for control over various temples and use divine powers and monstrous beasts to tip the scales in their favor. I’m not planning to play in this one, just administrate, so I’d like 3 to 5 volunteers (the game does support 2 but I’d like more - I can always run something strictly two player later like BattleCON). You don’t need to have played before, and you don’t need to own the game unless you’d like to follow along on a physical board at home. Rules (and a longer overview) can be found here:
My current intent is to use all available content (the big expansion, Ta-Seti, the crossover monsters from Cyclades, and 3 promo tiles for Ta-Seti) but if folks aren’t comfortable with that I can try to peel them out of the available content in the mod. I’ll use PMs to convey hand information and for card selection during battles.
Please post if interested. Thanks!