Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast

While it’s hard to say whether there’s any one particular day that’s best for running away from home, if forced to choose, one would probably say the 15th of September would be as good a day as any. But on the other hand, to the mud-soaked and waterlogged girl stumbling through the woods, the fifteenth didn’t feel particularly good for anything whatsoever.

After all; it was her birthday, and nothing good had ever happened on it before.

In the rainy damp woods, full of rainy damp thoughts, the girl wove past a broken-down wooden gate in an old stone wall without even taking notice of either. She did notice the house beyond them, though, and might have hesitated a moment if not for a sudden peal of thunder. A little bell chimed as she stepped inside, boots stomping against the small welcome mat, ignoring all the signs on the front door except for the words Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast.

Welcome to Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast, a slice-of-life tabletop RPG about a heartless witch, a peaceful house, and all the folks who have made their home inside. 

    Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast is a very special game. It uses pre-set characters, quick-play chapters, and an adaptable ruleset unlike anything else out there. It takes less than a half hour to learn how to play and get started, but with new chapters and secrets to unlock folks can stick with the game for years and years.

    The full release of Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast is coming to Kickstarter March 2022. 

    The Team

    Mercedes Acosta

    Mercedes Acosta (he/him | Writer) is a Caribbean Indigenous (Tai'no) artist, writer, herbalist, and storyteller. He has also created some horror tabletop games such as WHAT HAPPENED and Los Arboles. In his spare time he enjoy gardening, singing, and helping people in need. You can check out Mercedes' Twitter here.


    Jay Dragon

    Jay Dragon (No Pronouns | Creator, Writer, Project Manager) is a queer disabled TTRPG game designer located in upstate New York. Jay writes games about community, liminality, and the magic of the mundane. These days Jay can often be found sitting on a dock by the creek, listening to music and watching the sun set. You can follow Jay's Twitter here.


    Lillie J. Harris

    Lillie J. Harris (they/them | Writer) is a cartoonist, illustrator and writer from Southern Maryland. Their graphic novel Wilderness is currently being sold through Radiator Comics. Tension and empathy are key themes in Lillie’s work. They also enjoy teaching, linguistics, and "not punching down". You can check out Lillie's website here.


    M Veselak

    M Veselak (she/her | Creator, Writer) is one of the co-creators of Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast and the author of the Wickedness RPG. When she's not writing, she enjoys horror films and luring unwary travelers into her pond to drown. You can check out M's Twitter here



    Ruby Lavin
    Ruby Lavin (she/her | Art Director)  is the artistic director of Possum Creek Games and the artistic mind behind everything Possum Creek Games does, along with layout design for other successful Kickstarter-funded projects like Strong Female Protagonist and Field Guide to Memory. She likes texture, critical theory, fantasy, and weird plants. You can check out Ruby's Twitter here.


    Aster Santiago

    Aster Santiago (he/him | Concept Artist) is a queer illustrator, animator and concept artist from Mexico City. He has worked in a variety of projects ranging from animation, games, publishing and kidlit. His passion lies in storytelling and worldbuilding and he likes to focus on creating stories and experiences that make this world a little brighter and bring us a little closer together as humans. You can check out Aster's Twitter here.


    Dominique Dickey

    Dominique Dickey (they/them | Lead Editor) is a writer, editor, and cultural consultant working in RPGs and fiction. In addition to creating TRIAL, a narrative courtroom tabletop role-playing game about race in the criminal justice system, and co-creating Tomorrow on Revelation III, a tabletop role-playing game about surviving and building community on a hyper-capitalist space station, Dominique has also written for Thirsty Sword LesbiansSea of Legends, and Monte Cook Games.

    Avery Alder

    Avery Alder (she/her | Developmental Consultant) is a queer roleplaying game designer hailing from Sinixt territory. She is the designer and publisher of Monsterhearts, The Quiet Year, Askew, Ribbon Drive, and a host of smaller, scrappier projects. You can check out Avery's Twitter here.



    The Playkit

    In anticipation of the full release, we've posted a free playkit giving just a taste of what Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast is like. This playkit features all of the following:

    • All the rules you need to play Yazeba's Bed & Breakfast.
    • Five residents (Gertrude, Sal, Hey Kid, Parish, and Amelie)
    • Six guests for additional characters,
    • Eight chapters to play.
    • Some locked materials, for trying out some special mechanics (which includes five more guests and four more chapters)