High-Speed Worldbuilding for Games and Fiction with James L. Sutter
This is a two-session workshop taught on consecutive Saturdays, 9:30-11:30 AM Pacific time, June 1 and June 8.
Cost is $149 for new students; $129 for Patreon supporters and former students, which includes classes/workshops with me in other venues, such as conference or convention workshops and mentoring sessions. If you wish to take only one session, cost is $99/$79. See the end of this listing for information on free slots.
Easy tricks and tips to help you build unique worlds, cultures, and creatures for your games and stories—all in just a few minutes!
As co-creator of the Pathfinder and Starfinder Roleplaying Games, James L. Sutter has created countless award-winning fantasy and science fiction settings for games and fiction, ranging from monster-haunted metropolises to entire solar systems. But building worlds on a deadline means you can’t sit around waiting for inspiration. In this two-session, hands-on workshop, James will reveal everything he’s learned over 14 years in the game industry about how to quickly and easily generate compelling settings for your stories or games—even when you’re out of ideas. Learn his secrets for creating unique, fantastical new worlds that surprise and inspire your players, your readers—and yourself!
Classes are taught online via Google hangouts and require reliable Internet connection, although in the past participants have logged on from coffee shops, cafes, and even an airplane; a webcam is suggested but not required.
To register for this class, send an email with the following details:
- The email address that you use for Google stuff
- Which class or classes and the dates
- Whether you would prefer to pay via Paypal, check, or some other means.
Upon receiving that, I will send you an invoice.
Important! Remember every class has several free Plunkett scholarships for students who could not otherwise afford the cost. To apply for a Plunkett, which covers the entire cost, mail me and tell me why you want to take the class in 100 words or less.