Goddess Tryst (prototype)
A downloadable Divinatory RPG
The full moon shines and incense flickers across your favorite lingerie. A chance encounter in the park turns into belts unbuckling as feral claws race down your back. A beautiful, nude woman with eyes like the sun winks back at you from a pentagram on the gym floor. What strange, mystical, and lovely experiences will you have with the divine? What desires will you satiate together as one?
Goddess Tryst is a tarot-based divinatory RPG where players can have an erotic, romantic, and/or sexual encounter with a beautiful goddess. Designed for both single- and two-player experiences, readers draw cards and interpret their imagery to build a story about the moment where mortality meets divinity, and the divine feminine erotically merges with the mundane.
In other words: This is a horny game about getting it on with hot goddesses in your local area.
To play, you'll need a tarot deck, a journal or word processor, and an open space to lay out your cards. Rider-Waite-Smith decks are recommended. Sessions last at least one hour, but can go longer.
So far, this is a prototype designed for public playtesting. Try it, read through it, break whatever you need to. Feedback is highly encouraged.
Goddess Tryst was designed by a queer woman and for queer women seeking stories about sapphic sexual encounters with the divine. However, the game also allows for erotic, romantic, or even platonic connection. Sexual expression is purely optional. Any and all genders and sexualities are welcome for both the Player and Goddess role.
While the rules primarily have a sexual/romantic encounter with a Goddess in mind, feel free to cross out and rewrite terminology as you see fit.
Goddess Tryst is designed for 18+ players only.
This PDF is just a prototype iteration of Goddess Tryst. Any feedback you would like to share is highly appreciated. Feel free to leave a comment or thread on the Goddess Tryst itch page detailing your experience, what you liked, and/or if there’s anything that didn’t quite click. Alternatively, if you’d like to send feedback privately, reach out at: firstname.lastname@example.org