Let’s talk about RPGs for kids. Or more accurately, one RPG that is basically for kids. It might be a little heavy on Ariels and light on editing, but Mermaid Adventures manages to remain a charming and accessible game for kids, without somehow shoehorning in transformation fetishes or weird political viewpoints, an apparently difficult trick, at least according to the rest of the industry. We examine this game within.
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