Again I'm trying to promote a Kickstarter project for a RPG. Here is part of the pitch from the KS page:
"Hi! This is Jenna Moran, author and creator of Nobilis, Hitherby Dragons, much of the setting and rules material from the Weapons of the Gods RPG, and, in Exalted's Games of Divinity, what's been called "the coolest Hell in gaming." I've also been a major contributor to a number of other products for Exalted, Trinity, In Nomine, and other gaming lines.
Today I'm excited to bring you the Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine RPG and—if the fates and your contributions favor it—its first two supplements!
It's a game in the spirit of Miyazaki films like Laputa, anime like Princess Tutu, and Western works like Adventure Time and Friendship is Magic — a game of heroic innocents growing up against a backdrop of strange events and haunting landscapes.
It's an RPG that strives, as its first principle, to make it worthwhile to spend your time on both the little things and the big ones — a game that's meaningful and fun whether your characters are drinking tea with their friends, exploring their new home, doing their daily round of chores, or hunting horrors in the dark. It's a work that strives, as its second principle, to bend but not break when the same people who were sweeping or arguing over television shows a few minutes before start throwing around godly powers, breaking the world with their poorly-phrased wishes, and heading out into the dark to challenge Death"
If you happen to be involved in fandoms like MLP, Adventure Time, Homestuck or similar, help me promote Chuubo among them, as this game can handle those sorts of stories pretty easily. If you like adventure, slice of life, fairy tales (old or modern, beautiful or horrifying), myths and legends, heartwarming or heartbreaking stories, godlike power, whimsical comedy, in any and all combinations, you might want to be a backer yourself!
The game has innovative mechanics that break down story arcs into smaller chunks greatly enhancing playability and adding significance, fun and interest even to the "filler" scenes that are common in the source material but usually are hard to come by in a tabletop game.
Also, depending on the character, you can gain experience points specifically for making the others at the table to facepalm at the amusing stupidity of your actions! Only Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine will let you get Facepalm-XP ^___^