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Tabletop RPG Group Problem Solving for New Players

Group problem solving is a core element of the tabletop role-playing game experience. Social situations, puzzles, and even combat oftentimes require a degree of creative problem solving amongst the group … Continue reading Tabletop RPG Group Problem Solving for New Players

Bringing Your Story To Life

I’ve spoken with many tabletop RPG players who are intimidated by the idea of being a GM/DM. Whether it’s conducting a session, doing the voices, or worldbuilding, these players just … Continue reading Bringing Your Story To Life

Your Tabletop RPG Time is Precious

Life goes by fast. Faster than you’d ever expect. And with the pace of modern living, it’s all the more difficult to appreciate the truly important moments of our lives … Continue reading Your Tabletop RPG Time is Precious

Isaiah the Gray, Part 29

Previously: https://storytogether.com/2020/11/12/isaiah-the-gray-part-28/ Who is “Us”? “Who is “us”? replies Isaiah, to no one in particular. The voices in Isaiah’s head echo in his mind’s eye. “We are the Light, the … Continue reading Isaiah the Gray, Part 29

The Fine Line in Borrowing from Other Worlds

Borrowing elements from other stories is a perfectly natural part of worldbuilding. You get inspired by great scenes, moments, and dialogue from movies, TV, video games, and books. And you … Continue reading The Fine Line in Borrowing from Other Worlds