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Wanderhome (Print + PDF)

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ENnie Award Winner 2022 for Best Art (Cover), Best Art (Interior), Best Family Friendly Game

Nebula Awards Finalist 2022 for Best Game Writing

Gayming Awards Finalist 2022 for Best Tabletop Game

Wanderhome is a pastoral fantasy role-playing game about traveling animal-folk, the world they inhabit, and the way the seasons change. It is a game filled with grassy fields, mossy shrines, herds of chubby bumblebees, opossums in sundresses, salamanders with suspenders, starry night skies, and the most beautiful sunsets you can imagine.

You might be a tamarin who dances with small and forgotten gods, a leporine mail carrier who relies on moths to get packages where they belong, a little lizard with a big heart and a mysterious past, or a near-endless number of other thrilling possibilities. No matter what, we’re always travelers—animal-folk who go from village to village and get to see the length and breadth of all the world of Hæth. The seasons will change as we play, and we will change with them.

"I've played over a hundred RPG systems over the last 40 years, but there's never been anything like Wanderhome: wonderful, gentle, and story-rich. Wanderhome impressed me in ways I didn't even know I could be impressed."
— Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind

"Immediately captivating and effortlessly charming, Wanderhome is the perfect blend of whimsy, heart and the spirit of adventure. Who knew a game about being on the road could feel so much like home?"
— Brennan Lee Mulligan, Dimension 20

"Absolutely incredible."
— Matthew Mercer, Critical Role

"[Wanderhome] positions the drama of the Redwall series alongside Animal Crossing’s endless Sunday afternoons, and displays the competence to juggle both of those vibes in a single game."
— Polygon Magazine

9 x 9" (229 x 229 mm) 272 page color book. Hardcover comes with an alternate art dust jacket. Written by Jay Dragon 2020. Covers by Sylvia Bi. Layout by Ruby Lavin. Includes PDF download.