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Storytelling with the Sorte Deck: Using the Cards to Inspire Your Stories

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Use 7th Sea’s Sorte deck or another set of Tarot cards to boost your creativity and help you improvise story elements!

Using this intuitive and fast method, GMs and writers can quickly create scenes, missions, and characters with depth and dynamism. GMs can even do it in the middle of a game session!

This supplement describes methods for creating a Scene or Side-quest, a major character such as a Hero or a Villain, and a minor character.

There are several examples inside, and an Appendix with 10 “practice draws” that you can work with, even if you don’t have a Sorte or Tarot deck.

With thanks to: Jabari Weathers, illustrator of the 7th Sea Sorte Deck; to Thad Green, writer of the Strega’s Loom supplement; and to Marc Burkom for review.

 
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March 08, 2019 11:38 pm UTC
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Very nice work, and I'm delighted you found my ideas helpful! I'm particularly intrigued by your use of the cards to develop the ambient nature of the setting itself, as well as the people in it. Very cool.
-- Thad
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