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  1. The Journeyman GM » Evolution of My RPG Writings

    [...] This month’s blog carnival is hosted by TripleCrit. I personally know the author and she’s as passionate about roleplaying games as she is about writing. So this month she asks: Why do you write about games? In what form does writing crop up in your campaigns? What’s your process, your stumbling blocks, your passion? How has writing helped you or your table? Or is writing more like a CR 8 Succubus whose torturous, siren song hurts so good and dominates your very being? [...]

  2. E. Wilson
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    I did a post on my blog at http://outremerdm.blogspot.com/2012/11/november-rpg-blog-carnival-writing.html where I talks about the various forms and applications of writing I use for gaming.
    E. Wilson recently posted..November RPG Blog Carnival: WritingMy Profile

  3. RPG Blog Carnival – Writing the Game. | Shortymonster

    [...] Blog Carnival – Writing the Game. Posted on 11/11/2012 by Shortymonster For November, Triple Crit is taking the reigns for the RPG Blog Carnival, and their topic of choice is about how the writing [...]

  4. Blog Carnival – Writing the Game | Cirsova

    [...] Crit is doing a blog carnival, Writing the Game, this month about writing in/and [...]

  5. RPG Blog Carnival: Game Writing… | Tolrendor DM's Blog

    [...] month’s RPG Blog Carnival is hosted by a blog I hadn’t come across, before, Triple Crit. The subject is Writing in RPGs, a really interesting topic and one that really suits the blog, [...]

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  7. Kenneth Newquist
    Kenneth Newquist at | | Reply

    My entry is here:

    Writing the Game: Pen and Paper Journaling
    http://www.nuketown.com/games/rpg-blog-carnival/nov-2012-writing-the-game

  8. A Change in the Wind… « 7BitWorld
    A Change in the Wind… « 7BitWorld at |

    [...] November RPG Blog Carnival: Writing the Game (triplecrit.com) [...]

  9. November RPG Blog Carnival: Writing the Game (Roundup)

    [...] had a fair number of responses to the prompt that ran the gamut from session logs to gamemaster tips to game writing and design [...]

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