Impractical Applications (A Small Party)

Earlier this week, I talked about the uses of casual conversation and of mapping out social situations. I’ve had reason to apply both recently, particularly in my solo game.
It began simply; Kiriko decided to throw herself a birthday party, and invite in a few people from the complex and another few from the office. It [...]

Mapping Social Situations

One of the biggest weaknesses many writers and GMs have is dealing with a large number of characters active at the same time. This isn’t a mass of mooks in a fight, mind you, nor a large crowd of extras randomly milling about; it doesn’t matter if they disappear. No, this is when you’ve got [...]