Today will be a short one as I will be redirecting you to an older post where I answered this question. All the way back at the very first #RPGaDay, back then the question was most memorable character death. SO here we are again. Follow the link to my most impactful RPG session. The Fall of Zod Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 7th Day: What Was Your Most Impactful RPG session?
I can boldly say after 30 plus years of running games that I am pretty good at it. I can even go so far as to say that I have had other players and game masters ask me things like. I wish I was as good a storyteller as you? -or- I don’t try because I could never be as good as you. … Continue reading Monday Muse; Learn from Failure.
Recently I picked up a copy of Atlas Games, Munchkin Gloom! STOP, before you read any further! This is NOT a Munchkin game. I know the box is sized like any other munchkin game, and the art style is just like any other Munchkin game. BUT it is a GLOOM GAME! With a Munchkin theme! Surprise! I bring this up because in my excitement at … Continue reading Munchkin Gloom Review
Just a short thought on freewriting this Monday. Recently each time I have sat down to blog I have found myself with a flood of words nearly overwhelming me. Heck not nearly, outright completely overwhelming me. Leaving me in a state unable to print or put word to page So Here we are again and I am trying a new writing technique. It is not one that … Continue reading Monday Musings.
Always on the lookout for good tips to share about all things storytelling and writing this is yet another nice tip to have in your arsenal. What do you like to read? What do you like to write? What writing style do you enjoy? How do you make time to write with a busy schedule? Usually, there is a connection between what you like … Continue reading Practical Ways to Write and Keep Writing — donnaclovis
Not a gaming blog per say. BUT, so much of what is said here embodies why I am a Gamemaster! I also imagine that many of you that will read this as players or GM’s will fee much the same way! Many of the points here also can be taken directly to heart as a Gamemaster. Strive to capture your environment and bring it to life … Continue reading Wild Tales — Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Simple to the point and a good weekend read for in your time before game. A quick primer on storytelling. The use of movie and iconic characters helps frame the examples well and I recommend giving it a look if you are getting ready to run a game this weekend ! by: Ian Blaylock When people talk about television and films today, usually they talk … Continue reading Storytelling 101: The Protagonist, the Antagonist, and the Conflict