ODAM Publishing

Of Dreams and Magic is ODAM Publishing's flagship RPG, released in 2015. It allows players to assume the role of Anima--those who can channel their dreams into the real world. They must fend off living nightmares as they come to grips with their newfound power and its deadly consequences.

What if you learned that all your life, you had been lied to? You had always been told what was wise and what was foolish. What was possible, and what was impossible. All your life, you had been so sure of how to separate reality from fantasy. But what if at night you closed your eyes and dreamed a dream where you overcame these limitations? What if it was so vivid, so real, and when you woke, you found the dream’s magic had carried over? What then? Well, you’d be an Anima! You would come to learn that magic IS real and your dreams DO matter.

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Crowd Funding Projects from ODAM Publishing

Laruna: Age of Kingdoms
A thematic high-fantasy 4x with high levels of social interaction brought to you by the creators of The Shared Dream.
February 2018, New York, NY, US
387%
funded
$116,338
pledged
Laruna: Age of Kingdoms (Canceled)
Earn the favor of the young gods through war, trade and worship in this competitive worker placement/miniature battle strategy game.
November 2017, New York, NY, US
65%
funded
$22,905
pledged
The Shared Dream
The Shared Dream is a modern fantasy cooperative board game featuring beautiful miniatures with TRPG-inspired storytelling & gameplay.
February 2017, New York, NY, US
477%
funded
$143,158
pledged
The Shared Dream (Canceled)
The Shared Dream is a modern fantasy cooperative board game featuring beautiful miniatures with TRPG-inspired storytelling & gameplay.
November 2016, New York, NY, US
35%
funded
$14,247
pledged


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