Episode One Hundred And Thirty Two – (Big Red) Couch Surfing

Big Red Couch Surfing

Couch-Hoppers – A mysterious ‘game’ found in a thrift store couch leads to hours of fun as you try to navigate alternate universes to find your way home.

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Remembering Big Red – A year after local surfing legend Greg “Big Red” Couch vanished while night surfing, people gather to remember him, and reflect on the year gone by.

Inspired, it seems, by this:

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2 thoughts on “Episode One Hundred And Thirty Two – (Big Red) Couch Surfing

  1. John Reiher says:

    Thanks for digging into my idea and expanding it.
    One thing I thought of is that about three or four sessions in, the PCs may have lost their jobs because while similar, not enough for four or five different succession of alternate versions of yourself to do successfully.
    Also, there’s the world you appear in where there is a stranger in the apartment, and they introduce themselves as an agent of the government, and they know who and what you are. And they need your help…

    • Avatar photo Craig says:

      It was a fun one to kick around – Thanks for suggesting it. 🙂

      The idea of other people finding out about the Couch Game is interesting; Government agents are one thing, but I find myself wondering what happens when someone less official & more criminal wants a ride to an alternate reality, and won’t take no for an answer.

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