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|Topic Started: Dec 21 2008, 08:18 AM (101 Views)|
|Ra Cul||Dec 21 2008, 08:18 AM Post #1|
Title sums it up pretty well, and sometimes, starting from the end gets people's attention faster than starting at the beginning.
It's no secret, I'm running the show kinda like a game master, for a tabletop style RPG. But, aside from that, we're actually writing a smoothly flowing, for the most part, Star Wars e-novel.
Because of how I'm running it, I've got a whole bunch of outlines for the future, that I'm guiding the story towards, and I've dropped hints, both in writing, and in conversation, about some of what I have in mind.
The only real control that gives everyone else, is reacting to the story, and advancing themselves around what's coming at them.
How much do you wanna know, in advance, of what I have in mind, so you can set equal amounts of input in it's direction......and how much do you wanna be left guessing, till it happens?
|Calin Riegal||Dec 21 2008, 09:01 PM Post #2|
Personally, I like the way things are currently being done. There are enough hints dropped that I at least have a vague idea of where everything is going, but I really don't know everything, or close to everything.
It leaves for a different feel of roleplaying. I don't have a specific plan on how I want my character to develop, or what my character will develop into. All I have is a few vague ideals, and then I'm letting the story develop my character. I'm finding that to be extremely interesting, and I myself would like to keep it that way.
Well, there are my two cents input, but I'd like to hear what everyone else has to say as well.
|Teslan||Dec 25 2008, 02:56 AM Post #3|
|I like how things are going right now. I think having limited insight into the future and shorter leash on influencing the story you are effectivle preventing characters from becoming crazy war mongering lunatics with vast armadas at their beck and call. I have seen that happen far to many times and frankly it makes for a much more interesting story this way. The only complaint I have is a result of my character's personality flaws|
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