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I recently bought the World Wide Wrestling RPG, and it seems really interesting. It’s a PbtA game that presents wrestling as it really is, with the wrestlers as performers instead of real fighters. There’s a cool dynamic where putting on a great match tends to make you and your opponent look good, but you always want to come out looking better, whether it’s because you perform more impressive feats in the match itself, or you’ve done some backstage politicking to make sure you end up the winner. There’s no HP, but you can get fired if an episode ends while your “Audience” score is at 0.
It ends up being a semi-competitive theater game, where which is pretty perfect for wrestling. Since wrestling is about 1-on-1 action and a large cast, it does seem to shine a spotlight on PbtA’s biggest issue (Since the PC are the only ones to ever do anything mechanically, NPCs can very easily end up feeling passive) but it’s simple to learn and I’d love to give it a try.