Update for the Week of March 26, 2021

(Covenant’s playtest rules are out! Download a copy now and tell us what you think! If you like what you see, think about becoming a patron!)

Featured Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

We’re done with the notetaking for Covenant’s first playtest adventure! Find out more below the fold.

Here’s what we want to talk about this week:

  • Our progress on the playtest campaign for Covenant
  • How to become a playtester


Unfortunately, we weren’t able to finish the playtest adventure on Monday, like we said. However, this week wasn’t completely wasted.

Over a hundred index cards with notes!
Over a hundred index cards!

We have over a hundred index cards with notes. This is probably overkill for a one-session adventure, but we didn’t want to overlook anything. After all, there’s no telling what our playtesters will do during it, and we want to be ready for as many outcomes as possible.

All we have to do now is organize these cards into something coherent, then write up the adventure. We should have a rough version for our own use by April 5, and a more polished version for our playtesters after that.


The download link for Covenant’s playtest rules has been clicked 788 times since we made it!

Have you downloaded your copy yet? Did we mention that it’s free? If not, do it now! They’re free! All we ask is that you tell us what you think about them. You can send your feedback in two ways:

That’s about it for now. Talk to you next Friday!

Published by radiofreecovenant

A podcast about the science-fiction roleplaying game "Covenant" and the urban fantasy novel "Crossing the Line", soon to be published by Black Opal Books.

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