Update Time: Holiday Edition!

Hey Scribblers! Time for another Update Post– Holiday Edition!

It’s been quite an exciting year, full of new opportunities, new friends and long-time companions, and always thrilling adventures! It’s that time of year to reflect upon the months past and think ahead for the future…so here are some things to look forward to for the new year!
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5 Things To Remember When Crafting RPG Story Hooks

You’ve done your worldbuilding, whipped up the perfect antagonist, and helped your players through their backstory elements…now you’re a week away from your session and you have to determine what is, to some, the most crucial part of any D&D game: The Story Hook!
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Worldbuilding for a Family Campaign

Worldbuilding is simultaneously the most exciting and frustrating part of writing a D&D story. Not only are you creating a world of your own imaginings, but you must breathe life into it with the history, people, and towns that will all evolve as your players begin to influence it…and you are never fully done!
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Is Conflict Necessary?

The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” Thomas Paine

What is a classic tale? Most of us immediately think of a story in which the hero or protagonist must overcome a great challenge, some sort of conflict against an imposing villain or evil force, right? But what about stories that don’t have that kind of conflict?
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