Category Archives: Writing

Driving a Story: Agency and Conflict

If you’re anything like me, you recognise the need for conflict to drive narrative and character development, but at times have difficulty putting two and two together. This can be especially apparent when it comes to tabletop RPG’s where you … Continue reading

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Adam Koebel’s Office Hours: An Index of Questions Asked

Office Hours is a weekly rollplaying Q&A show hosted by Adam Koebel. Adam is an author/co-designed of the game Dungeon World, and the resident Dungeon Master for both Roll20.net and RollPlay. The complete playlist can be viewed on YouTube here, … Continue reading

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The Epimia Southlands

It’s been a thousand years since the Great Exodus and little fewer since the Age of Dragons came to an end. The horrors of The Old World have long since been forgotten. Civilisation thrives in the new land of Epimia.

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SWN Elysian Beta – 20 Mar 3200

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Some witty headline like “Productivity is Power”

When I lived in a houseshare, one of my housemates always remarked that it never seemed like I actually did anything with my time. So how was it that I was actually meeting dealines with good quality work? Easy: super … Continue reading

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SWN Elysian Beta – 25 Feb 3200

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SWN Elysian Beta – 10 Jan 3200

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Deponia Rules!

I can’t deny that I find point and click adventures slow at times – actually, looking at my track record, it would be safer to assume I find them slow most of the time – yet there are certain charms … Continue reading

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Walking the Path of Exile

Looking around a bit, it seems a number of people initially questioned Path of Exile’s dark and grim look, for instance one writer over at MMOHut noted that the game’s graphics looked very medieval and dark. While this is certainly … Continue reading

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