Hello, I have a question about the cards. Whenever the cards mention a neighbor, is it referring to an NPC neighbor? Or is it talking about our fellow players?
Be My Neighbor
A downloadable dialogue
You all live in the same neighborhood. Over the years, you've formed relationships and created memories. Sometimes, there are conflicts. But no matter what, you're a community. You may even consider yourselves a family.
This game is designed to help brainstorm intervention strategies that do not involve police interference. Players live in the same neighborhood, which you will build and explore together by responding to the prompts provided on the cards. As the world develops, you also engage with one another as well as with a non-playable neighbor named Sam, who often needs your help. Be My Neighbor allows players to explore nice and not-so-nice neighborly interactions and discuss strategies for responding to non-emergency disturbances by using roleplaying as a gateway to a conversation we often don't have with our neighbors.
The digital deck includes:
- Clear instructions built right in
- ## prompt cards exploring characters' lives, relationships, and beliefs
- An X card to remove content you don't want to include in the game
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