We start out talking about how Brett organizes his campaign info using a wiki and then slide into disseminating campaign information using social media. How do you manage getting information to your players?
Episode 22 Show Agenda
Intro including music – DarkTheatre.net Home of the Character Folio
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Brett’s thoughts to responses to episode 21 on gender:
All good stuff and I really like the approaches that our listeners told us about. And I like that everyone kept the discussion reasonable and above name calling (except for Chad – I’ll kill his next 5 characters in petty vengeance).
Topics of Discussion
What are you using to organize your gaming?
Tools for the GM
- Brett’s use of a Wiki
- Our own wiki site
- Also used Obsidian Portal
- G+ Communities
- One for the group
- One for each campaign
- FB could also be used – a buddy of Brett’s uses FB
Die Roll – 2-4 misc points we want to bring up at end of cast. Should be short and sweet, could be a plug, something to check out, etc. Limited time to spout off.
- Piercer attack!
- Wanted PT Game Master, Roll20.net http://blog.roll20.net/post/110188978920/were-hiring ,