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Guide to Playing Alone

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'Not tonight, sorry.'

'Sorry, I'm busy.'

'I've got a big project at work.'

'Can't this weekend. It's my little one's birthday.'

How often have we heard, or said, something similar to the above?

However, even that is better than moving to a new area and not having anyone to play with. Which happened to me.

I thought my roleplaying days were finished.

I was wrong; I found a new way to roleplay.

I discovered *solo* roleplaying.

Solo roleplaying is a way to roleplay when you are unable to roleplay with mates. It can't take the place of time around the table, but solo roleplaying gives you a deep roleplaying experience, one that requires only yourself. The only excuses you'll hear are the ones you bring.

There are three key elements to exploring solo roleplaying:

1. Know Roleplaying

2. Know Thy Self

3. Know Thy Toolbox

In this guide I'll help you explore all three and give you guidelines on how to start roleplaying alone.

 
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Anne T January 27, 2015 5:45 am UTC
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I was already planning on picking this up (having an interest in solo and 1-on-1 gaming to use with my older son), when I saw this excuse 'Can't this weekend. It's my little one's birthday.' - it just so happens that this is in fact, perfectly true. I love serendipity ;D
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Kenny 'the Solo Roleplaying Sage N January 27, 2015 9:37 pm UTC
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I love serendipity too, Anne!

I hope that the 'little one' enjoys their birthday. :)
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This title was added to our catalog on January 26, 2015.