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Deep within the forest, the walled palace city holds the riches of the Eternal King. The Palace City has few guards, for its citizens are said to live in harmonious devotion to their king. The wealth inside his keep is fabled to be near immeasurable, and ripe for the taking . . .

This is an incursion for Trophy Dark (https://trophyrpg.com/) made for the Trophy Trifold Game Jam! Trophy Dark is a game of doomed treasure hunters attempting to find riches in a forest that tries to consume them, in body and mind. 

Content Warning: Trophy Dark Incursions can deal with potentially difficult content, and this incursion deals with themes of body horror and brainwashing. 

If you enjoy this Trophy Trifold, check out the other trifold I made for this jam, Melculum Vitae.

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
TagsHorror, incursion, trophy, trophy-dark, trophy-rpg, Tabletop role-playing game


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Palace_City_of_the_Eternal_King.pdf 149 kB
Palace_City_of_the_Eternal_King.txt 7 kB

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From the Trophy Trifolds jam roundups:

Seems like an easy job—looting a city deep in the forest with few guards, where everyone's pre-occupied with worshipping the Eternal King. If only it were that simple.

3 things I liked:

  1. "Condition: You constantly ramble on about "your job""
  2. "Priests walk through the crowds, extorting the pittance the citizens carry."
  3. "Piles of mouldering food swarming with flies cascade from table to floor. Rancid wine drips from broken carafes."