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Dunno if you still will respond to comments but, I was wondering if it's within the expected play to choose not roll a stat check, especially if the value is impossible, or an attempt should always be made at surpassing the Omen score?

Hi! You can choose to modify your own play however you like, but the intended rule is to always at least try to roll a stat check. After all, even if there is no chance of meeting the Omen score, the stats you have not used for that day will still increase.

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Ah, thank you for reply. I thought that might have been the intention, but it wasn't clear.

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I loved this game! I had a lot of fun playing and want to return to Her Odyssey ASAP, and my full review can be found on my blog. However, as a quick summary: clean, simple, easy to learn mechanics, as well as amazing narrative freedom and potential for storytelling.

Oh wow, thank you so much! The point about a dyslexia-friendly version is well-made, and I'll be looking into reformatting the game with that in mind!

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Definitely giving this a try. :) Been trying to get into Journaling RPG's for a while. 

Wonderful, I hope you enjoy it!

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a wonderful game of contemplation and reflection. Her Odyssey takes you on a guided journey.

Thank you so much for playing and for your lovely review!

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This was lovely. I found the whole experience very peaceful and cathartic.

I played over several days and it felt like a pleasant ritual at the end of a long day.

Thank you for making this game!

Thank you so much for your kind comments! I'm so glad you enjoyed playing!

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​I love this game. It has the lovely simplicity of the Caltrop system, but with some great narrative twitches. I will definitely create a story with it. I already made a video explaining how to play it. In Spanish, though. Here

This is amazing, thank you so much!

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I love this idea so much and you've executed it so elegantly!

I was thinking about doing a solo journaling game for Caltrop Core and I think you've inspired me to go through with it :)

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I'm so glad to hear it! Caltrop Core is such a great, flexible system. And the world could always use more solo journaling RPGs.

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I agree on both fronts :D