I mention that I plan on not falling behind on my #RPGaDay2018 posts, and I miss two days… jinx!
To be sincere, getting ready for the upcoming baby (Yes, I am going to be a dad!) means weekends are not a time to relax, there are so many things to do to get the house ready. That means I missed posting my videos for days 11 and 12, so I’m playing catch up and posting these two videos covering the topics for the two days I missed and the topic for today, day 13. The three topics are:
Welcome to Day 6 of #RPGaDay2018. It’s Monday, week 2, and we are venturing into the How… week. I’m sharing this post almost before day 6 ends, RL and all that. Still I’m committed to #RPGaDay so let’s not waste any more time. The question for today is: How can players make a world seem real?
Here is my take on the subject, in English for Sunglar’s Musings:
And in Spanish for Desde la Fosa:
As always, remember that you can join #RPGaDay, visit David F. Chapman’s blog, this post has all the relevant details, and if you want to participate in your native language, here are all the questions in English, French, German and Spanish.
That’s all for now. See you tomorrow!
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