Tag: community

Opening Turn Podcast – Episode 3: You Can’t Spell Community Without “Why? Oh.”

Hey everyone! Episode 3 of the Opening Turn Podcast is contained within!

This episode is part three of the five-part series over live action roleplaying. In this episode, Riley Seaman and I talk about building an accepting community, managing a project, and working with the people being brought on to a project to help with the logistics of running a game. We also talk about our personal experiences with community rules and enforcement policies.

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Opening Turn Podcast – Episode 1: So What is this LARP Thing, Anyway?

Hey there!

So, about a month ago, I was invited by my friend Riley Seaman to be on his panel at PAX South! The topic was live action roleplaying (LARPing), and being both a roleplaying afficionado and someone who has, I dunno, an entire website where I analyze plot and character development in various games, I decided to contribute my knowledge on what makes a good character, world, and overall plot. The panel went over really well, though the truly unfortunate thing was that we had so much to talk about that we really only got to cover a very high-level overview of each topic.

If only there were some way we could talk in depth about all of the things we had to just skim over!

Oh wait, the internet exists, and so do recording devices.

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