#RPGaDay 2017: Translators Welcome

#RPGaday is about sharing great and positive things about our hobby with the world. We cannot do that as well as we would like if we only use the English language. If we are to reach as many people as possible, and to start as big a conversation as possible, what we need is translation into other languages.

Are you able to translate the questions into another language?

Leave a comment here with a link to your translation, or contact us at the RPGaDay Facebook page!

This goes beyond translating the questions from English into other languages, though. What will really make this year special, and help everyone share with everyone else, is for people who are fluent in more than one language to share some of the cool things that people are saying in their answers, and to translate them into weekly recaps and reports to share with those who use other languages. Share and make recaps of responses in English with RPG fans in your native language, and share and make recaps of responses of the responses in your native language with people who speak English.

We all share a passion for gaming.

Many of us feel alone, or that the games or style of play that we like are liked by no one else.

One thing that #RPGaDay shows us clearly is that we are not alone. All it takes is a simple response to a daily question, a simple hashtag, and a quick search and we can find others who enjoy the same things that we do, all over the world.

If you can be a part of helping that to spread even further, please consider volunteering a translation of the questions.

If you can, please consider sharing weekly recaps of cool responses in your native language and in English.

RPGaDay Translators

Amazing people who are already helping out:

Sébastien Allard (French translation)

Francois Letarte (French introduction video)

Michael Jaegers (German translation)

Felipe Holzmann (Portuguese translation)

Niilo Lehner (Italian translation)

Roberto Micheri (Spanish translation)

You?

English Questions

To make the process of translation a bit easier, the English questions are provided below in plain text.

Instructions:

During the month of August share your answer to the daily questions on any and every form of social media that you enjoy. Post your answers and share the answers of others as well. Like and Comment on answers. Be a positive part of a global conversation about the things we love about roleplaying games!

Use the hashtag #RPGaDay on all of your posts~

Questions for RPGaDay 2017

August 1: What published RPG do you wish you were playing right now?

August 2: What is an RPG you would like to see published?

August 3: How do you find out about new RPGs?

August 4: Which RPG have you played the most since August 2016?

August 5: Which RPG cover best captures the spirit of the game?

August 6: You can game every day for a week. Describe what you’d do!

August 7: What was your most impactful RPG session?

August 8: What is a good RPG to play for sessions of 2hrs or less?

August 9: What is a good RPG to play for about 10 sessions?

August 10: Where do you go for RPG reviews?

August 11: Which ‘dead game’ would you like to see reborn?

August 12: Which RPG has the most inspiring interior art?

August 13: Describe a game experience that changed how you play.

August 14: Which RPG do you prefer for open-ended campaign play?

August 15: Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most?

August 16: Which RPG do you enjoy using as is?

August 17: Which RPG have you owned the longest but not played?

August 18: Which RPG have you played the most in your life?

August 19: Which RPG features the best writing?

August 20: What is the best source for out-of-print RPGs?

August 21: Which RPG does the most with the least words?

August 22: Which RPGs are the easiest for you to run?

August 23: Which RPG has the most jaw-dropping layout?

August 24: Share a Pay-What-You-Want publisher who should be charging more.

August 25: What is the best way to thank your GM?

August 26: Which RPG provides the most useful resources?

August 27: What are your essential tools for good gaming?

August 28: What film or series is the most-frequent source of quotes in your group?

August 29: What was the best-run RPG crowdfunding campaign you have backed?

August 30: What is an RPG genre-mashup you would most like to see?

August 31: What do you anticipate most for gaming in 2018?

Questions, explanations of the questions, and alternate questions will be hosted on castingshadowsblog.com

Comments
2 Responses to “#RPGaDay 2017: Translators Welcome”
  1. Sunglar says:

    I can do Spanish!

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