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Forgotten Waters

When you get a game, of course you want to know what's inside it. You can leave that up to finding out when you get it, but you might want to know ahead of time. Well, if you're wanting to know what's in the Forgotten Waters box, you're in luck, as Plaid Hat Games has posted up an unboxing video on their site.

Planning. Thinking ahead. Knowing what you're going to do. It's important in many situations, but vital right now. It's also going to be a major part of the upcoming Forgotten Waters game from Plaid Hat. So much so that it's got its own phase: the appropriately named Planning Phase. It's that which we get a preview of here today.

Since many game nights have been cancelled as we're not supposed to get all that close to one-another, many people are turning to online ways to play their favorite games. I played D&D via Roll20 and Discord on Saturday, for example. Well, if you're a fan of some of Plaid Hat Games' offerings, they've posted up some resources to help you play their games when you're not in the same room as well.

So, that previous article was an introduction to the Forgotten Waters App and how it will integrate with the game. In this preview, it's a more direct look at the app and actually how it looks and works as you're playing. Have yourselves a look.

Forgotten Waters, the upcoming storybook game from Plaid Hat Games, has an app that goes along with it. But how will it integrate with the gameplay? Is it require? What can you expect from it? You've obviously got questions and Plaid Hat Games has answers. They've posted up a little factoid about what you will be getting with the game's app.

Everyone on a ship has a job to do. Swab the deck. Hoist the misenmast. Cook. Clean. Steer the darn thing. In Forgotten Waters, everyone will also have their job. But how will they work in the game? That's just what we get a preview of here in this article from Plaid Hat Games.

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In Plaid Hat Game's upcoming adventure book game, players will take on the role of pirates in Forgotten Waters. In this preview, we get a look at what your character sheets will look like. The game also includes something handy for players not just of the game, but any GM out there who runs a pirate campaign in their RPGs. There's a Pirate Name Generator. Have yourselves a look.

A picture is worth a thousand words. So, a video must be worth all that much more. If you're interested in Plaid Hat Games' latest upcoming release, Forgotten Waters, you're in luck, as they just said a ton about it (metaphorically speaking). Plaid Hat's posted up a trailer video so you can see just what sort of high seas highjinks and adventure you'll be getting into.

Coming out of their winter hibernation, Plaid Hat Games has a new game announcement for us. Forgotten Waters puts players in the role of pirates sailing the open seas. Of course, being part of a crew, they must all work together. But also, of course, being pirates, everyone's at least a bit out for themselves. This new adventure book game will be coming to stores soon.