How to balance inter-player conflict in a way that's fun for everyone.
How to take your campaign's heebie-jeebies beyond the written word.
These protagonists were out of everyone else's league.
How to make your campaign's screw-ups meaningful—but not so destructive that players get annoyed.
How your prose story can send chills down readers' spines.
How your plot and your setting can build off each other.
Why characters breaking social conventions improve the stories they star in.
How to tell when a scene isn't pulling its dramatic weight—and how you can beef it up.
How your players can use their knowledge outside the game to boost the events within it.
Why this traditionalist RPG style isn't for everyone.