Meet a Character Episode 2: Orion Unlike last time where I spoke about Cray, Orion would like to tell you about himself. Something about him not wanting… Read more “Meet a Character: Orion”
Category: Roleplaying and Fiction Writing for Dummies (and Smarties)
Meet a Character: Cray
Meet a Character, Episode 1: Cray! (From the perspective of book 1, without toooo many spoilers) Cray has been my main muse for about five years now.… Read more “Meet a Character: Cray”
How to Make a Database on Google Drive
Making your own database for your writing or D&D campaign is easy, and it only takes an afternoon to set it up.
Hey guys! I am trying to get the rest of the Database stuff up, but technology has won against me this week. I’m hoping I can get… Read more “Database update”
Using Google Drive as a Database for a Book or Homebrew Campaign (D&D)
In this video, I walk you through a database I’ve made for scifi/fantasy writing and roleplay.
10 Writing and 10 Roleplay Tips for Beginners
10 Advice Points for New Writers: Don’t worry about what not to do. You’ll see advice every where. Don’t look at it. Write what YOU want to… Read more “10 Writing and 10 Roleplay Tips for Beginners”
How to Write a Book Outline
I cover what important scene types are in a book and how to lay them all out.
40+ Personal Character Questions
A list of silly, random and personal questions to ask your characters. The purpose is to get to know your characters better and give them realistic traits.
How to write a rough draft
A new topic! Taking a little break from more roleplay-specific topics and focusing on a topic that is writing specific. This one talks about what a rough… Read more “How to write a rough draft”
Character Design Method #3/? – Art
When I’m not writing or roleplaying, chances are, I’m doing something artistic. I love photo editing and manipulation, and I do spend a lot of time practicing… Read more “Character Design Method #3/? – Art”
Character Designing Method 1/? – Pinterest
I walk you through one of my favorite methods to creating characters.
Roleplay – The difference between IC and OOC
One of the biggest rules of roleplay is to keep IC and OOC separate. Roleplay does not function correctly if this rule is broken or stretched.
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