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Seven Principles of Storytelling
By: Jendor on Oct 19, 2015

Phil Nicholls, Tales of a GM

In my games I want a story that emerges collaboratively at the table. My current HeroQuest 2 campaign provides this for me. Yet, as I read through RPG rules for pleasure,... (More)

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