From Kickstarter project to off-the-shelf popular enough for a reprint, “Good Society” has come long way.
First released in 2018, funded by $154,774 Australian dollars from 2,677 backers, it included a hardcover rulebook, between 20-36 cards (depending on how much you gave), and Pdf versions of the above.
Now, on its Storybrewer’s page, it offers one of its expansions in hardback as well, along with various expansion cardsets. The 280-page rulebook includes art and accompanying material.
The game is heavily focused on role-playing, which can be seen in it’s lack of numbered stats, and its LARP version that is also available to purchase. The traits used to navigate the game are the role you’re given, your family, desires, and your relationships.
Some unique aspects of the game:
- NPCs printed on cards
- Having a Game Master (GM/DM) is an option
- Numerous Expansion packs ranging from servants to magic