Day 15: #RPGaDay 2018 – “Tricky”

Week 3: Describe             Prompt 15: Describe a tricky RPG experience you enjoyed

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. I am not sure exactly who they are and how trustworthy their estimation of word vs pixel count might be, but if we take the statement at face value, imagine how much shorter I am making this post for #RPGaDay2018 by sharing a video (with a little text for context) instead of describing the whole thing? That’s right! You are welcome~

Juggling Act

What follows is a live game run for Aethercon last year (2017) using Leagues of Gothic Horror by Triple Ace games. The challenge? Run a one-shot with some impact in a mansion which is not what it seems, with pre-generated characters who were not what they seemed, with a new mix of players only one of whom I actually knew at the time, and have it all actually showcase the game.

What was produced is for you to judge, but I think it is evident in the watching that what was going on behind the scenes was tricky, and I thoroughly enjoyed it~



In our third week, we are responding to prompts to ‘Describe.’ The prompt for Thursday, August 16th – Day 16 of #RPGaDay2018 is to describe your plans for your next game. That might be the next session, the next game you choose, or something farther off~


As has been my habit since the second year of #RPGaDay, I am also keeping pace with the prompts on video. The content of the videos and the blog overlaps, but is not exactly the same, and where the greater emphasis on detail resides varies from day to day.


This is the third week of the fifth iteration of the monthly roleplaying gaming celebration launched by Autocratik for all forms of social media. Share your responses however you prefer to share. If you want to get involved, grab and share the infographic with the prompts and jump right in!

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