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Bradford Allen recently wrote a very popular article for RPT called How to Create Blockbuster Box Office Hits with Your Players – Every Adventure. He advised to present your group a serious setback at the 75% mark of an adventure. This provides perfect pacing to create maximum tension. Will this be the defeat of the […]Continue reading
Applying the Hollywood Formula to RPG Storylines By Brad Allen I’ve been GMing for many years but only recently tried to enhance my pacing and story-writing skills. For a long time my games suffered from frequent lulls and anti-climaxes, but no longer. A year or so ago, I did some research on plot structure and […]Continue reading
Hannah Lipsky from Chaotic Shiny Productions hosts the Brief Word for RPT#515. Tabletop with the LARPers I recently got shanghaied into an unusual Mage: the Ascension game with friends. The thing that makes this group different is that, unlike most gamers I know, everyone in this group got their start LARPing (Live Action Roleplaying) before […]Continue reading
By Adam, A fan of the blog and news letter, Adam writes in with a great source of inspiration for character and NPC backgrounds. I had a small thought, something I’d like to share. I was listening to a song (Pistolero – by Juno Reactor), it had this great sound bite: “I hate robbing banks”. […]Continue reading
By Andrew S Rodgers http://rpgdownload.theworldsmith.com Ever been stuck for inspiration with the clock ticking down till that next session? Recent studies show we are able to gear our brain towards desired areas and influences. This means we GMs we can gear our brain towards role playing and the generation of ideas. The tips below will […]Continue reading