Actual Play 2: Misspent Youth, Character Creation

Players: Charles, Megan, Reek, Rob, Timo, Todd

This week we’re doing something a little different: an Actual Play of Rob Bohl’s game Misspent Youth!

Misspent Youth is a game where you play “Y.O.’s,” or “young offenders,” 13-17 year old delinquent kids, taking down some kind of evil authority figure. During character

creation you create both your player characters AND the Authority, controlled by the GM. The game then follows a seven act format with an innovative conflict system.

Today, I’m posting our character and world creation. Tomorrow, I’ll post the actual play itself. On Wednesday, I’ll post our review of the game. Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Actual Play 2: Misspent Youth, Character Creation

  1. Awesome! I have been waiting for this since someone mentioned that an AP was going to be appearing.

  2. Turns out we messed up one thing in character creation: While the players create the systems of control, it’s actually the Authority who expresses the ONE Exploit at the start of the game. As we were doing a one shot, that doesn’t matter much, but worth remembering.

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