The Gassy Gnoll: Social Maps for Adventures?

The Gassy Gnoll leads an odd life at times. Recently he was looking at his Gnollbook profile and Gnitter feeds and was struck by the idea of using social media techniques to track relationships in RPG adventures and campaigns. Considering that he knows very little about social media trendspotting, it’s a wonder he came up . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Social Maps for Adventures?

Game Fodder: Mindmapping Encounters

Every GM has a different way of composing the different parts of a campaign. Typically I start with world design and cut the PCs loose to see where they end up. My process involves a lot of improvisation, which was fun and kept both me and my players on our toes.

Though I don’t do . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: Mindmapping Encounters

The Gassy Gnoll: Maps by Another Name (RPG Blog Carnival – RPG Cartography)

This week the Gassy Gnoll decided he’d talk about maps. But probably not in the way you’re thinking about them.

When Dyson Logos kicked off the April RPG Blog Carnival on his blog, A Character For Every Game, he mentioned his view of cartography. He speaks of the maps that have provided inspiration and dread . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Maps by Another Name (RPG Blog Carnival – RPG Cartography)

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