Love in the Time of Seið

Love in the Time of Seið is now available for purchase!


Love in the Time of Seið was designed by Jason Morningstar and Matthijs Holter, and is based on Matthijs’ excellent game Archipelago II. Like Archipelago, this is a low-prep, quick playing story game type deal. Unlike Archipelago, this game provides very strong situation and guidance. There are five tightly-interconnected characters, compelling locations and events, and everything you need to get to the good stuff immediately.

40 pages, ten bucks, five bucks for the PDF. The authors are very proud of this game and hope you enjoy it!

28 thoughts on “Love in the Time of Seið

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  20. I couldn’t find an email adress to send this to, so I’ll post it here. I bought the softcover version from Lulu the other day and got it yesterday. However, the pages are printed so close to the spine that even though I used a knife to cut out the pages needed to play the game, some of the text on the cards is cut off. Am I the only one who has had this problem?

    • Hi, Peter – I haven’t heard of anyone else having this problem. I suggest you contact Lulu and ask them for a replacement copy. If that doesn’t work out, let me know, and I can send you a PDF to print from.

      • Right! They said this wasn’t a print error, but they still gave me a refund. So that’s all solved. They couldn’t offer me a replacement PDF however, which was strange – since you do sell the PDF from Lulu as well.

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  24. Hi Matthijs,

    Many thanks to you and Jason for creating this game, it is one of my favorites.

    The first game I’ve designed is a hack, or at least highly inspired by this game, and I would love feedback/to know how you prefer to be credited.

    • Hi, Tucker!

      Glad to hear you liked the game! And it’s awesome that it was an inspiration for your game 🙂

      With regards to crediting – maybe you could mention the LiToS inspiration somewhere in the text (foreword, colophon, credits… up to you!)

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