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The Magical Land of Yeld RPG | Review and Page-Through

Jeff takes a look at the rules light Yeld RPG

The Magical Land of Yeld (Atarashi Games)Title: The Magical Land of Yeld

Publisher: Atarashi Games

Authors: Nick Smith and Jake Richmond

Artist: Jake Richmond

Year: 2018

Genre: Rules light RPG set in the fantasy world of the Modest Medusa webcomic

Pages: 266 pages

Price: $47.99 for the premium softcover and PDF or $11.00 for the PDF alone at DriveThruRPG

I review, and page through, The Magical Land of Yeld roleplaying game from Atarashi Games. Written by Nick Smith and Jake Richmond, the RPG is set in the world of Richmond’s popular Modest Medusa webcomic. Should you open the door to action and adventure in the land of Yeld? Or should you make sure the door stays locked and barred and you don’t go anywhere near this roleplaying game? You’ll find out!

2:39 Discussing the game overall and thoughts about running The Magical Land of Yeld
23:06 Final thoughts and review score

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While The Magical Land of Yeld might not be the best choice for rather young players, due to some of the darker themes throughout, there's plenty here to recommend running it for gamers of every other stripe. The rules are light without feeling overly simplified and there's loads of gameable material within the book. Granted, I wouldn't run this as written, in regards to a handful of design decisions, but it's not as if this is a broken design in any way. I think this is an excellent game and very much worth picking up even if just for the setting alone if you'd rather use a crunchier rules set.
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