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December 31, 2010

New Adventure: Storytellers

Filed under: Adventures — anteolsson @ 10:58
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A new adventure has been started. This time in a framed narrative where a story takes place inside the story.

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  1. I am very curious where this will lead, and how this setup will form the game. It already adds a special feeling to playing, since I am neither all-knowing, nor fully implemented as a character in the story… writing and being written at the same time – I like it.

    This is one way mixing up the dynamics of creating the story. We have also started a game where loads of characters keep spawning (it is handily set in a railroad station), and there is no real game-master so far. Nor any real ownership over the characters or the story, just a mad spawning of loose ends poining towards an unsolvable knot that we are yet to create.

    Comment by Anders — January 5, 2011 @ 12:53 | Reply

  2. I love the concept, but I have to admit it’s quite hard to follow when colours are the only thing that distinguish one from another. I guess it’s different when you’re a part of it! (You had to be there…)

    Comment by Jensan — January 12, 2011 @ 08:19 | Reply

    • In the beginning, it was difficult to follow it for me as well. But it did not take long before it became as natural as any other format.

      I look forward to it getting a bit further into the story and see how the two stories play out and what the dynamics will be between them. At this point, I have no idea where it will lead=)

      Comment by anteolsson — January 26, 2011 @ 14:48 | Reply


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