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The first sign of a good character sheet is that it begins at Chapter One

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I lied. Keelie’s still dead. Haha.

Long Backstories

I love it when my players know their backstory. I can usually find a way to incorporate it into the story — sometimes by tying bits and pieces of it to plot hooks, sometimes by using other bits and pieces to incentivize certain paths forward — but generally just to make the game feel a little more real.

And I especially love it when that backstory comes in the form of a half-page bulleted list, or perhaps about two pages of prose, at the absolute windiest.

My god, though, Chris, I’m gonna be honest with you man, these high fantasy heptadecologies you write for each character…

Are pretty damn cool! Being creative rocks, reading something that was basically written for me is is awesome, and I’m really, really happy when I’m doing something that someone else wants to participate in so deeply. Still though, maybe add a summary sheet tho so I can save a bit of time. 🙂

Money Zone

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