Part 14 (rest at the bottom): https://storytogether.com/2020/06/25/isaiah-the-gray-part-14/ Exhaustion With next to zero energy left, Isaiah doesn’t question Issac’s wisdom. Jimmy shoulders his friend’s weight as the three men slowly hobble out … Continue reading Isaiah the Gray, Part 15
Whether you’re a brand new or super experienced in tabletop role-playing games, we’ve all run into the challenge of how to describe to others what playing stories is really like. … Continue reading Describing How We Play Stories
If you’ve been playing tabletop role-playing games for awhile, you know that flow is constantly on the mind of the GM/DM. How is the pacing? What is the interest level … Continue reading How to Improve your TTRPG’s Flow
Today’s Newbie Tuesday post is a special topic for me. It may go without saying, but the way we’re connecting and interacting with our children is changing as our society’s … Continue reading The Importance of Playing Stories with your Kids
The main difference between tabletop role-playing game worldbuilding and the more traditional, expository worldbuilding is choice. Ultimately, people playing as characters will be making choices in your story world in … Continue reading What Makes for Powerful Choices?
If you’ve been playing tabletop role-playing games for awhile, you know what it feels like when the game stalls. The players don’t quite know how to act or what choice … Continue reading How to Improve Your TTRPG’s Pacing