Posts Tagged ‘Theatrical’

22
Oct

Running a Theatrical Campaign - Part Four

   Posted by: Wolfgod    in Fantasy, Movies, RPG, Sci-Fi

So the band of heroes isn’t acting very heroic?  They’ve told the old King to go rescue his own daughter?  They’re starting bar fights because they won’t accept the quest and they’re getting bored?

It’s time to bring in the Mentor.

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6
Oct

Running a Theatrical Campaign - Part Three

   Posted by: Wolfgod    in Fantasy, RPG

THE ANCIENT WIZARD has made his best pitch to the surly band of heroes - the noble King’s lovely daughter has been abducted by the villanous villain, and taken back to his lair in the Lavastone Mountains.  Will this brave and noble band accept the quest to rescue the fair maiden?

The heroes answer ‘Why should we?”

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19
Sep

Running a Theatrical Campaign - Part Two

   Posted by: Wolfgod    in RPG

SO HERE I am, in the humdrum world my character starts out in.  Now what?

A giant hook descends from the sky, siezes the Hero, and drops him someplace far more exciting.

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6
Sep

Running a Theatrical Campaign - Part One

   Posted by: Wolfgod    in RPG

ONE OF THE THINGS I’ve been learning a lot about lately is screenplay structure - and I’ve been thinking about how to apply this structure to an RPG Campaign.

Want your campaign to feel epic without saving the world (again)?  Try the structure I’ll outline below the fold.

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