Every year the citizens of Edmund Valley are witness to the Procession, a march of fantastic and monstrous beings that pass through the town, and as they do, they perform miracles.
A solo game about embracing the magnificently weird as a tool for change? Based on a piece of Renaissance art? Of course! You’ll play as both the collective residents of Edmund Valley and the creatures of The Procession, Bosch-like figures originally created in 1615 by German artist Wendel Dietterlin The Younger. What will you ask of these yearly visitors? What will you grant the humans who beseech you?
- Requires a deck of playing cards to play – journal optional
- 8.5″ x 5.5″ staplebound, full-color softcover
- Created for #ZineQuest2