Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the Secrets of Tynordane is for solo gameplay. It is also for group (co-op) gameplay. This means you do not need a Game Master to run the game allowing to play by yourself or with your friends and family.Last updated:
There are two buttons on our kickstarter page. One is blue and one is green. If you click the blue button, it will take you to a google drive folder that has all of the rules.
Something to note however is that all other rules are in the player guidebook (the big book). This means that Secrets of Tynordane the GM-in-a-box adventure is what is called a module. In order to play any module, you need the base rule set. The base rule set is the Player Guidebook.Last updated:
Paths: World of Adia is a Tabletop RPG.
There are card elements in our Encounter Cards and our GM-In-a-box modules, but Paths: World of Adia is, by all means, a Tabletop RPG.
This means that you get to create custom characters, dig deep into lore and the World of Adia, and Roleplay with many rules that are within the large Player Guidebook.Last updated:
No, they are not required to play. You can play without the encounter cards, but it will be important to track Action, Position, Refresh, Regen, Utility, and Spells.Last updated:
No. Paths: World of Adia is a world rich in lore but also uses the Paths System. The Paths System is an entirely new system that uses 3D8.Last updated:
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