Player Character Death at its Finest: The Blackest Death Reviewed

August 10, 2019

 

 Last week at Gen Con, Geeks A Gogo met up with Eric Bloat of Bloat Games, and had a chance to finally sit down and play his game--a game that we've been interested in for some time: The Blackest of Deaths. This dark fantasy game puts player characters through the meat grinder, making it tough to survive an adventure, but makes the process fun, even if your character doesn't survive.

 This review was written in partnership with DriveThru RPG, where you can get a copy of the Blackest of Deaths!

 

Take a look at some of our other RPG-related news:

 

 

Our coverage of Gen Con 2019

 

 

Our weekly RPG review column

 

 

Check out our review of D&D offshoot Crypts & Creatures

 

 

Read our review of another pared-down D&D offshoot, Basilisks & Barbarians

 

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