Beowulf is designed for one GM and one player. Duet play. The game comes from a successful Kickstarter and already has free to download supporting materials.
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Handiwork Games have today released their duet play 5e setting. In other words, it's a 5e-based RPG especially designed for those times when only two people are playing; one of whom is the GM and the other the player.
What makes Beowulf a little different from other D&D 5e settings and rules adaptations is that it's designed for duet play. In other words; one GM and one player. Handiwork has tweaked the mechanics to suit.
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