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Possible Answers: HOL.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 10 Nov 2017, Friday
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HoL (sometimes written as “HōL”) is a role-playing game created by Dirt Merchant Games and produced by Black Dog Game Factory, a subsidiary of White Wolf which produced adult oriented RPGs. The HoL Core Rulebook was published in 1994, and was followed up by one other supplement Buttery Wholesomeness in 1995. Although HoL is playable, it was meant as a satire of RPGs. The pages of the books are written by hand, and the authors freely take stabs at other popular role-playing games, particularly Vampire: The Masquerade and Dungeons & Dragons, and those who play them.
HoL was first published by Dirt Merchant Games in 1994 and had received acclaim as a satirical indie publication. Shannon Appelcline commented that the game was “funny and profane – even offensive – and it went against the tropes of many RPGs. Though it was probably never played that extensively, HoL did prefigure the wacky directions that indie RPGs would take in the 2000s”. White Wolf Publishing published HoL in 1995 as their second new RPG not related to the World of Darkness. Hol was sufficiently adult that White Wolf was concerned it might damage the company’s reputation as a publisher of entertainment intended for young adults, so White Wolf created the new imprint, the Black Dog Game Factory, which published HoL and one supplement, Buttery Wholesomeness (1995).