Saturday, April 18, 2020

Prompts to Play RPGs #AtoZChallenge

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The team decided our theme for this month's posts here would be a take "2020 visions of blogging." This set of weekday posts focuses on:
Features a Blog with 2020 Vision

I have read lots of amazing blogs this month, but one that stands out to me as something we all need is more fantasy. The world is on fire (not as much literally anymore as it was just a few months back). So, let’s invest some time in a fantasy world. Maybe you’re a fantasy writer in search of new ideas. Maybe you’re a gamer looking for inspiration to write your own Roleplaying Game (RPG) campaign or scenario. Either way, I definitely recommend checking out Uniquely Maladjusted but Fun. Her theme is a month of prompts and ideas for tabletop role-playing games or prompts for fantasy writers. The prompts are great and give you some great ideas of new and exciting things to incorporate into your worlds. Who could have guessed when she picked the theme months back that we would need to delve into a fantasy world as much as we do today!

What blogs are you PASSIONATE about reading, are PRECIOUS to you, or that bring you PLEASURE to read?

~Jayden R. Vincente (adult fiction writer)

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Anne Young said...

:) Great post - I am enjoying all of them. Just wanted to say though that it didn't translate properly to the Wordpress mirror :(

Jamie said...

😍 Thanks so much for this honor!

Mary B said...

I enjoy blogs that are of a similar niche to mine. I've tried to 'stray' and check out other blogs, but I always find myself truly enjoying those that are similar to my own.

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ladyleemanila said...

I enjoy reading some of them!

Susan Sanderson said...

I'll just carry on rereading LOTR. Here's my post for the letter P

Frédérique - Quilting Patchwork Appliqué said...

I made a list of my daily reading AtoZ blogs last Sunday:
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I have added some more this week and I try to visit every day and comment.
Today is P is for Pojagi

Narayana Rao K.V.S.S. said...

I am also making lists of blogposts. Retweet some of the posts every day. Increasing readers to blogs is important.

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Charan Deep Singh said...

As lockdown extends lot of experiences I hear about, are making their way into my blogposts - fiction and non-fiction. P is for Pillow Talk. A short fictional story about Pari and her quarantine experience. Click here to read.

Gonz said...

There is no way to connect anything joyful to my entry today, so I will just not invite you this time. But in case you still want to have a peek, there you go.

Sharon E. Cathcart said...

Facts About Pompeii: P is for Pompei

The mommy blogger said...

That sounds great, will be visiting the site soon. may be post Atoz as there is already so much on my plate.

KatyTrailCreations said...

Love that you honor a blogger here! A great gesture! So hard to get to everyone during the challenge. But I'm determined to do a lot of visiting this coming year.

Janet said...

Thanks for the tip. I am always looking for good prompts for journaling so maybe I can use some of hers. Great work, A to Z leaders, for showcasing some bloggers who might otherwise get missed!

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Aditya said...

I have not checked them, but surely would check now.

Here is the dish for health conscious from Bihar with P

asha said...

Even among visions shady and clouded
I found my place
I found my peace

Julie said...

Thanks for sharing I can always use a prompt and as we are at home sheltering in place new games are really something we needed right now.

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Rob Z Tobor said...

Well I can not tell a lie I am having a very quiet A to Z this year so have visited just a couple of folk. Although in Lockdown I am rather busy doing stuff, but am keen to make it to Z . . . . After all I have never failed yet and I do love doing the A to Z.

Ronel Janse van Vuuren said...

I'll have to check it out :-)

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