#RPGaDay2022 – Day 31: When 5?

The prompts for #RPGaDay2022 end on our last ‘when’ question, no whys or hows this week. The question is once again about the event but this time it touches on your relationship with it. When did you first participate in RPGaDay?

End is just a misspelling of the den where RPGaDay goes to sleep for the other 11 months of the year.

I first encountered RPGaDay on Facebook during its first run. I did not see it start but encountered it fairly early on from the posts of someone I was already impressed with but had no idea how much more I would come to admire the talent of. (Of course it’s Wiggy. Who else?) After a few days, I decided to join in. I finished out the run of posts and have stuck with it since then – including stepping in when Dave asked for some help to keep it going. I am very glad he asked, I am glad that I volunteered, and I am glad that we have continued to present it as partners ever since.


This year has been a lot of fun. It was nice to see the positive reaction to both the questions and the new 5Ws format for framing them. Lots of us missed the single-word prompts, but an equal number of people have been pining for the questions. Overall, we had a much higher rate of people finishing the whole month than many previous years, and a much higher rate of people sharing the posts of others. That second point was a real treat to see.

What is in store for next year?

That is a very good question!

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