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Tag Archives: creativity
Guest Post: Confessions of a Reluctant Writing Gamer by Janet K. Smith
Writing games. I avoided them for years because I was short on time, not ideas. Once I lifted my head from my page, I realized my focus was all wrong. This one-hour-a-week “game” held incredible lessons I couldn’t get anywhere … Continue reading
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You Should Read This: 365 Goddess by Patricia Telesco
This is not so much a you should read this particular book, as a you should read something like this, and you should read it in a very particular way. What: 365 Goddess: A Daily Guide to the Magic and … Continue reading
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Storytelling Games: Microscope
I’ve started tabletop playing again, although it’s via Google Hangouts rather than in person. My brother’s running a Changeling: The Lost campaign and it’s a great way to spend a little time with both him and my sister-in-law, along with meeting some new fellow players. I really love what he’s doing, which is using a system called Microscope in order to collaboratively generate the setting for the game, and it’s making me wonder about the possibilities of it for generating a shared world setting.
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