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Brancalonia at the University of Edimburgh

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Brancalonia, the “spaghetti fantasy” roleplaying game has been a runaway success on Kickstarter – which means the writers and illustrators are hard at work on these hot summer days to get everything ready.
But meanwhile, back when the Kickstarter was still running full tilt, the History & Game Lab at Edinburgh University took an interest in us.

As a result, you can listen to an interview on the subject of games, history, the interplay of the real world and fantasy, and a lot of other things, on this podcast.

Brancalonia art by Lorenzo Nuti

My voice is horrible, I am quite obviously clueless, but hey, you might find something interesting in my ramblings.

Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

2 thoughts on “Brancalonia at the University of Edimburgh

  1. Hey, are you one of Brancalonia’s developers? I had it tested with my D&D group, I was the Master (or, as I had them call me: La Puzzella d’Oltremangia). We really enjoyed it, even if we were forced to play on Roll20, missing then the face-to-face experience. Good job!

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