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Just an Average Joe which aspires to code games someday!


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revised Game design process to create a White-Wolf-like setting?
Included confirmation notice.
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comment Game design process to create a White-Wolf-like setting?
@Mu_ Oh, of course I have. People have bothered to help me enhancing my question, upvoting it, and you even answered it! How could I keep these thing just for myself?
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accepted Game design process to create a White-Wolf-like setting?
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answered Game design process to create a White-Wolf-like setting?
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answered Storytelling with lie detection
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comment Are there any RPGs that a first grade reader can read and learn?
What have you actually tried, and failed? These experiences might be useful to the questioner.
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comment Are there any RPGs that a first grade reader can read and learn?
Maybe that's true for a 6-7 year old, but the questioner said in a comment posted on another answer that this kid is 10 years old.
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comment Game design process to create a White-Wolf-like setting?
+1 Awesome advice!
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comment Game design process to create a White-Wolf-like setting?
Probably there isn't a process where one can put a supernatural creature on the back and then get a cool setting at the front. Guidelines are just that: guides, not procedures. You kind of drafted a valid solution here. Supposing that WW used something like that, they possibly just ignored the advice that says "there should be many player factions" on Wraith.