Little Heroes: The Lost Faery (Creative Commons) PDF
Mystical Throne Entertainment
Little Heroes is a storytelling game designed for families and young children. Its mechanics are designed to be simple while encouraging creativity among the players. It’s a lot like telling a bed-time story, but with a lot more interaction.
Taking place in a fantasy land, players become heroes shorter than one foot tall, taking on the world around them as it towers well above.
The Lost Faery is a quick-start rules set providing everything you need to get into a game of Little Heroes.
The Lost Faery includes:
All you need to add is a set of dice and some imagination! With some adult guidance, children as young as 5 can join in on the fantasy storytelling fun!
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