What Writers Should Learn From Dan Harmon

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This talks about writing, but is pretty relevant to RPG Gamers as well. It speaks to playing for an audience (such as actual plays and such do), but I think it’s also a good reminder for players in general to do what is compelling rather than just what would make your character look awesome. What makes the game/story better for everyone involved?

 


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