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We at Cresthaven RPG are always striving to improve our game and make it the best possible experience for our players. That’s why we want to hear from you, the community, on how we can make Cresthaven RPG even better.

Whether you’re a teacher who has used Cresthaven RPG in the classroom, a parent who has incorporated it into your homeschooling curriculum, or a player who has enjoyed it with friends and family, we want to hear from you. We’re interested in your feedback, input, and ideas on how we can enhance the game mechanics, expand the content, and improve the overall experience.

Some areas where we’re particularly interested in hearing from you include:

  • Your favorite aspects of Cresthaven RPG
  • Suggestions for new content, adventures, or characters
  • Ideas for incorporating Cresthaven RPG into educational settings
  • Feedback on the game mechanics and rules

We believe that the community’s input is invaluable in shaping the future of Cresthaven RPG, and we’re committed to listening to your feedback and making changes accordingly. We want to continue to provide a game that is accessible, engaging, and fun for players of all ages and skill levels.

We value your feedback, input, and ideas. If you have any suggestions or thoughts on how we can improve the game, please post a comment below. Your feedback will help us create a better RPG experience for everyone. Thank you for your participation, and we look forward to hearing from you!

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  1. luismpcardoso

    I’ve stumbled upon this system, and I’m really very interested in it, for school library use, with my students. I think it’s a great system and I think that kids would love it. Is there somewhere I can get the rules in a PDF format, please? The navigation around the blog is a bit confusing, and often I think I have grasped all the mechanics just to find another link that I have nor read… Thank you.

      1. luismpcardoso

        Thanks! I’ve subscribed to everything here. Keep us posted!

  2. luismpcardoso

    I’ve stumbled upon this system, and I’m really very interested in it, for school library use, with my students. I think it’s a great system and I think that kids would love it. Is there somewhere I can get the rules in a PDF format, please? The navigation around the blog is a bit confusing, and often I think I have grasped all the mechanics just to find another link that I have nor read… Thank you.

  3. teacherben

    A cheat sheet to list how these rules compare to 5e rules might be helpful to see exactly where things have been simplified or modified etc.

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      Thank you for your comment! I appreciate your interest in the differences between Cresthaven RPG and 5e rules. Could you please let me know what types of things you think would be most helpful to include in a cheat sheet? Also, it’s worth noting that there are many rules that simply don’t exist in Cresthaven RPG, so it might be more useful to focus on the modifications and simplifications that do exist.

  4. teacherben

    A cheat sheet to list how these rules compare to 5e rules might be helpful to see exactly where things have been simplified or modified etc.

    1. Thank you for your comment! I appreciate your interest in the differences between Cresthaven RPG and 5e rules. Could you please let me know what types of things you think would be most helpful to include in a cheat sheet? Also, it’s worth noting that there are many rules that simply don’t exist in Cresthaven RPG, so it might be more useful to focus on the modifications and simplifications that do exist.

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