via Don’t Waste My Time: Tips for Keeping Your Games Moving.
This is part of the Writing Prompts series. Here’s how it works: Once a month, I post two words. Anyone who wishes may write what those two words inspire- poetry, prose, short story, song. Then, anyone who wishes may comment on those posts, offering encouragement and suggestions for improvement. After a couple weeks, open discussion [...]
Of the potential banes to collaborative writing, one in particular is lack of flexibility. What I mean by that is a story, or even environment as a whole, that is not conducive to player involvement, interaction, and retention. Many things may contribute to such, and some are often unavoidable, like the sheer volume of written [...]
Make Your RP Successful! by drawing in the intimidated
This is part two in the series “Make Your RP Successful!,” not because I am actually exerting the copious effort of composing a series of loosely-related articles on role-playing, but because I figure this opening sentence seems energetic and reminiscent of those inspirational guides on improving life, [...]
I really want to take a moment to give a shout-out to Johnn Four of Roleplaying Tips, which has over four-hundred guides and articles about roleplaying.
If you’re a regular feedreader, I recommend subscribing to the Roleplaying Tips feed. He’s got some great posts, like his guide to How to host the perfect game and [...]