Welcome to Day 3 #RPGaDay2018, we’re here to stay!
The question for today is: What gives a game “staying power”?
I’m going to tackle the topic from two perspectives in the videos, the game as the experience shared by players when they play, and the game as a game line you buy through books and supplements. Here are the videos…
Here we go again! By now you know the drill… I disappear from the blog for a couple of months and the come August I’m back for #RPGaDay2018
Thankfully my fellow posters keep you busy in my absence, but for the third (excuse me I checked and it turns out it’s the) fourth year in a row I’m here to participate in this wonderful initiative started by David F. Chapman, #RPGaDay. Where we celebrate all the wonderful things about our hobby by talking, blogging, posting, tweeting or live streaming about it; however you communicate on the Internet, the point is to join the conversation.
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