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Dialect

Author: Thorny Games $9.99

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Watch the creators of Dialect play the game on Roll20!

Dialect is a game about an isolated community, their language, and what it means for that language to be lost. In this game, you’ll tell the story of the Isolation by building their language. New words will come from the fundamental aspects of the community: who they are, what they believe in, and how they respond to a changing world.

Players take away both the story they’ve told and the dialect they’ve built together. Includes a module of complete game setup including a deck of language generating cards used to play the game, and all the rules and backdrops searchable in the in-app and web compendium.


Quick Guide

Setting up the game
Dialect is a Roll20 module. To create a new game based off of the module, click on the Start New Game option from the site menu. The column on the right hand side of the page is titled Optional: Choose a Module. Underneath this are thumbnail tiles for all the various Roll20 modules that are available. For the ones you have purchased, mousing over the thumbnail will make a check mark icon appear over the thumbnail tile. Clicking on the tile will select this module to be used as the base for this new game.

Accessing the rules compendium
The Dialect rules compendium is accessible from the web, as well as directly from your Roll20 game! To access the rules in-game:

Where are all the card decks?
Dialect comes with multiple card decks to be used throughout stages of the game. You can show and hide these decks by going to your Collections tab and toggling the Hide / Show option on each card deck..

i Can only be used with Roll20; cannot be downloaded.

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