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How to Write a Better Game – Give it the Goal It Needs!

By kokororeflections

Now, don’t get me wrong. I love RPGs, even the old school ones, and I’ve wiled away many an hour with the classics. However, if you’re going to write a better game, you can’t gloss over the fact that sometimes what happens in old school-style games just doesn’t make a lot of sense. Here’s a […]

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Romance Writing Tips for Games! Part 1

By kokororeflections

It goes without saying that love stories are a real thing in RPGs so it’s worth the time to craft them well. (And many games…well…don’t. What’s passable in a game would get laughed out of a literary agent’s office.) So today I’ve moved outside the realm of game design and writing theory over to romance […]

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Improve Character Dialogue for a Better RPG!

By kokororeflections

Improve character dialogue – take your character interactions to the next level! Tight writing is the stuff that memorable RPGs are made of, and good characters are the stuff that fandoms are made of. It’s the stuff that we remember long after the game’s ended…we may not remember events or battle systems very well, but […]

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