Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Witch: Hedgewitch for the Hero's Journey RPG in PRINT

I am pleased to announce that The Witch: Hedgewitch for the Hero's Journey RPG is now being offered in softcover.


The book is 68 pages, so it is a small book, but it goes great with your copy of +James Spahn's The Hero's Journey RPG. (Print copies are at Lulu in full color or B&W pages.)


Or even my other Witch books.



Each book offers a different set of witch "Traditions" so you can buy them all and combine them.

Get your copy today!

2 comments:

Tim Knight said...

Congratulations!

Tom Zunder said...

How do you view witches in rpgs? Are they a female occult tradition, or a different pagan one that is not gender specific? I ask since I do note that the first D&D games were very male in their pronouns and assumptions, as one would expect from the time and place, but that a female fighting woman, a female magic user or a female cleric were never really difficult to imagine, if your mind was capable of doing so, so I found early representations of women in D&D as quite troublesome, here I think of the houri in White Dwarf or the rampant sexism that EGG expressed in AD&D onwards.
SO.. and BTW I am happy with either answer.. is your take on witches that this is a female magical tradition and as such promotes a role for female gender PCs, or is it a 'this is a pagan or Wiccan magical tradition', that is represented by women for traditional resonance?

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