The visions won’t leave you alone; they scream & claw inside your head. They want out. You’ve always been haunted by visions, they’ve got bad recently, so you’ve joined a “Visionaries Anonymous” Group. The Group gathers every week to discuss their haunted lives and coping strategies; Players secretly choose one awful fate they wish to avoid and inform the GM; The GM gives each player the beginning of a vision; Each player in turn describes their vision to the group and how it ends; They guess a number and roll a d6, if the correct number is guessed the vision ends as described; If the guess is incorrect the group must collaboratively decide a horrifying twist to how it ends, with the GM providing a guiding direction; You earn a token every time fate does not go as you predict; You may spend tokens to move the dice outcome up or down by on; The GM earns a token for every awful fate they inflict, which they can spend on rolls in opposition to players; and The GM’s goal is for awful fate to befall all the players. The Player's goal is to fend fate off.
A friend recommended the title with this comment: It conjures images of a bunch of ordinary insomniacs sitting on cheap plastic chairs in a chilly church hall, with just an hour before the yoga group kicks them out to save the world and only a flip chart and a thermos of instant coffee to help them do it.