Over the last two decades, The Big List of RPG Plots has been cited, quoted, thanked and excerpted in articles for computer-game design, a book on Hollywood screenwriting, and more than a few pen-and-paper RPGs. I wrote it in 1993 as an article submission for Pyramid magazine (they rejected it). I later tried to shop it to Dragon and Shadis and others... [click here for more]
The Westbound Quickstart is designed to pick up and play immediately and only includes the very basic rules required to play. The book contains a very basic rules set, four player characters and a guide on how to play each one, a guide on how to be a Game Master, and a short adventure. (With Maps and visual aids) ... [click here for more]
Adventure Design in Practice is a structured analysis on my upcoming next adventure that will hit the gaming table with my regular group in three days from the time of writing this. It is my personal preparation work in a documented format with designer notes in a classic game master guide style.
I analyze collaborative storytelling and how it can be fused with more linear story... [click here for more]
Do you want to write better role playing game story plots? Don't have much time but would like to have engaging storylines for your players to explore?
Harness your full personal capability using keyword association
Write fast - as quickly as in 10-15 minutes from scratch to gaming table
Be more varied than ever - avoid cliched anti-climatic story arcs
How... [click here for more]