Twelve RPG Prompts for Twelfth Month

There’s this “12 RPGs for the 12th Month” thing that’s going on G+ right now, where there’s twelve writing prompts about games, one for every two days in December. This co-incidentally winds up ending on December 24th, and feels a bit 12 Days of Christmas-y without dropping the word “Christmas” in anywhere.1

It’s a bit like the #RPGaDAY thing that happens in August. Writing prompts about gaming. Paul Mitchner started the thing with a graphic. Below I’ve written them out (and cleaned up the prompts a touch) for use of cutting and pasting into future writings.

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  1. And also, let’s not forget that the 12 Days of Christmas actually start on Christmas Day, running through Three Kings Day/Epiphany. []

#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 18: A Game I’ve Played a Lot

The #RPGaDAY prompt for the 18th was “Which RPG have you played the most in your life?”

While I spent the majority of my teenage years playing D&D and part of my college years playing that game, my late college age group started playing Shadowrun and that’s been my go-to big game ever since. But if we use a different metric, where we look at which game I’ve played with the most number of people, that would be Primetime Adventures. I’ve run that at game days, conventions, and dropped it into my regular game from time to time.

Huh. That was a short one.

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#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 16: Using the Rules as Written

Quick! Let’s catch up to today’s #RPGaDAY post, but we’re still back in time on the 16th of the month where we answer the question “which RPG do you enjoy using as is?”

In other words: which game is perfect right out of the box? No house rules. No nothin’.

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