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You live and work in two (or more) different dimensions. There are both benefits and difficulties to this, and one of the things it affects is your commute. To get to work, you ride the Ley Line, a transit system that is capable of ferrying you and others safely between very different worlds.

Riding the Ley Line is a small, reflective LARP for one or more players to enjoy as a relaxation and imagination exercise while riding public transit.

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(14 total ratings)
Tagspublic-transit, Relaxing, travel


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Riding the Ley Line.rtf 4 kB

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Physical Copy

A physical copy of the game, risograph printed in teal ink on warm white paper. Each copy is a mini zine folded from a single sheet of 8.5"x11" paper. May have small ink smudges or alignment quirks along the folded edges.

Make sure to go to the download page and enter a shipping address after purchase so that I can mail you your copy!


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I'd love to talk to you about possibly including Riding The Ley Line in a set of RPGs next year! If you're interested, could you email me at allison at sjgames.com? Thank you! 

Thanks for reaching out! I just sent you an email.


Riding The Ley Line is a commuting larp played in the liminal space between your home and work.

The digital version of Ley Line is two pages and in rtf format. It's easy to read, and important sections are bolded, but it's not visually grabbing.

The physical version, on the other hand, is. It's got neat art and a great color balance, and it's available right above this, under the Exclusive Content heading.

Mechanically, Ley Line is simple. You play by thinking and imagining, and by overlaying a fantasy over your boring regular commute.

It's probably best played on a train, as---even though the game doesn't have you roll any dice---it's got a lot of specific prompts that might be tricky to look up from behind the wheel of a car.

The writing *is* great, and the game is clear and evocative.

Overall, if you want to add a touch of mysticism to your commute, Lay Line is an excellent pick.