The Forgotten Scrolls series is a weekly look at articles previously published during my three years of blogging. Before the usual look through the archives, I direct you to my regular guest post at Ennead Games. Here I reprint an essay from my archives.
This article has been dusted down, given a fresh edit, and reprinted as a guest post on the Ennead blog. This weekend, the article looked at using teaching theory to understand how Players learn a game. Applying these methods to your campaign can help Players pick up a new set of rules:
Last Month: Week 172
Four weeks ago, I was deep in my laptop problems. This was very disappointing. Week 172 also featured an updated essay as the long post, as I was unable to access my files. I reprinted an updated version of my essay exploring setting creation with the Players:
Six Months Ago: Week 150
Further back, in June I completed another of my 2016 Reading Challenge titles, this time it was an old favourite: One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch. The long blog post for week 150 was a brief review of my UK Games Expo swag:
Last Year: Week 124
Stepping back to December 2015, my long article for week 124 was the inevitable review of my Dragonmeet purchases:
Two Years ago: Week 72
Winding back another year to 2014, I highlighted the excellent gaming advice found in Play Dirty, by John Wick. My long blog post for week 72 was an overview my purchases at Dragonmeet:
Three Years ago: Week 20
Finally, we reach 2013, where I promoted Ken and Robin at Dragonmeet. It makes all the difference when the room is large enough. The feature article for week 20 presented an outline for the Scholars’ Game, a collaborative method of setting generation through an online Wiki:
Once again, I hope you liked this journey through the archives of Tales of a GM. Did you find any lost treasures this week?