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Started by Doyce, April 07, 2004, 11:34:41 AM
Quote from: joshua neffDoyce, I used to the conductor of railroading GMs. I ran stuff in college that was horribly railroaded, I'm surprised anyone actually showed up to play, as I could see how frustrated they were. ... The thing is, I suck at plots.
Quote from: DoyceHas anyone else started out in that 'almost-kinda narrative style, not quite, worried I'll lose my ability to present a story as a GM' place and moved successfully into that scary narrative style of play (with lots of player-input) and lived to tell the tale?What happened? How did that affect your style? What happened to the stories you'd been planning and they way they ended up coming out in the game?
Quote from: SigurthHas anyone sucessfully run a more narrative campaign with d20, especially D&D?...I mean Modern, T20, Star Wars, Wheel of Time use a Wounds/Vitality (Lifeblood T20) system. Hmmm...does a greater character mortality drive a game more towards a narratavist/dramatist approach?