Imprisoning player characters can take away agency from the players, no question. Game masters can certainly present this to the players, but should be careful not to take it too far. Take it too far and players will get frustrated and ruin a game. Just getting the player characters into a prison situation may be a challenge. How about running an rpg set inside a prison? Well, that’s just madness that might present a great game.
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15 games being run at Gamehole Con in November – thank you to Jimmy, Roger, Nick, Tim, Derrick, and Forrest.
Trivia contest is soon wrapping up. Be sure to submit your info. It doesn’t take long. 13 questions and could you get some cool schwag
Congrats to Chris Sniezak from Misdirected Mark on his wedding!
Emails from Angela and Nicholas.
Tom Bagwell comments on G+.
- Pure Mongrel – evidence the US has deep-space warships!
- Eugene Fasano let us know about his horror rpg, Grin
- Joseph Fitts – Virtual Battlemaps, build and export – print and web quality battle maps
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