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Ten More Plots Taken From Other People’s Problems

Again taken from helpineedhelp.com: I don’t know what the back of my head looks like. I’m a peeping tom. I don’t know what fork to use. I forgot my password. I need a dream recommendation. I forgot someone’s name. I … Continue reading

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Ten Plots Generated from Other People’s Problems

All taken from http://www.helpineedhelp.com/#/ I don’t like my eyebrows. I’ve never been kissed. I don’t want to clean up my mess. I’m involved in a gang. I don’t know if I’m gay. I want my cat to be a cover … 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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