This is the thirty-fourth entry in the Scratching That Itch series, wherein I randomly select and write about one of the 1741 games and game-related things included in the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality. The Bundle raised $8,149,829.66 split evenly between the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund and Community Bail Fund, but don’t worry if you missed it. There are plenty of ways you can help support the vital cause of racial justice; try here for a start. Lastly, as always, you may click on images to view larger versions.

Our next random selection from the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality is Layabouts and Degens, by Indigo. Its tagline in the bundle reads:

A ttprg zine for doing very little.

I’m pretty sure that’s supposed to say “ttrpg”, short for tabletop role-playing game which we’ve encountered many times in the series so far. I was ready to offer my usual disclaimer about how I can’t actually play without more players, and must render my opinions solely from reading the book, but it turns out I’m off the hook this time. Layabouts and Degens is not actually a game, it’s a setting book for a completely different game, Troika! from Melsonian Art Council (which is also in the bundle). “Doing very little,” indeed! (har har)