Tulsa Peace Fellowship

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"Rise Up: The Game of People & Power" - everyone wins or loses together in this cooperative game

How to play the "Simplified" version of Rise Up: The Game of People & Power

This video provides an overview of the gameplay. It's a combination of boardgame and story-telling. First you decide what kind of movement you want to defend against the system, e.g. "Defend dragon rights" (silly example)

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