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Working in the progresses.

Posted by campbell August 13th, 2013

Working in the progresses.

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Skeleton wiggle

Posted by campbell August 8th, 2013

Skeleton wiggle.

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Cammy from Street Fighter

Posted by campbell July 28th, 2013

Cammy from Street Fighter?Not quite, Storyteller card in the works. http://storytellercards.blogspot.com
Not quite, Storyteller Card in the works.
Follow the project as it develops over here.

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Drawing away.

Posted by campbell July 20th, 2013

Drawing away.

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Storyteller cards

Posted by campbell July 8th, 2013

Storyteller cards in progress.
Works in progress for the Storyteller Cards.

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Kickstarted

Posted by campbell June 7th, 2013

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Storyteller Cards
are officially funded! It has happened!

The mighty mighty Jason Tagmire pushed this beast of a project past the finish line and in to reality. Now it’s time for me to get drawing, there are a lot of amazing cards to be drawn.

If you are still interested in picking up a pair of cards then you can do so over on our Kickstarter page. If you want to help out, then please share the project with as many people as you can. There’s still a little bit of time for us to reach some of our amazing stretch goals.

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Storyteller Cards

Posted by campbell May 6th, 2013

I have been lucky enough to help the fantastic game designer Jason Tagmire with his latest project.
Each card features an illustration and a series of symbols and icons that can be used to generate ideas. You can pick up a deck of these awesome cards for as little as $10. There are a bunch of great rewards as well, that you should check out over on the Kickstarter page.

Storyteller Cards is a deck of 54 playing cards that each feature 4 unique elements. There is a CHARACTER, holding an ITEM, completing an ACTION, in a LOCATION. Each of these elements can be used to create something new, get you out of a mid-project slump, or just to have some creative fun with family and friends.

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The cards also feature additional icons in the corners to help you dig a little deeper into storytelling, creating, and gaming. The icons represent a RANK, SUIT, MOOD, SEASON, LETTER, and COLOR. There are a few more surprises within those icons, but we’ll get into all of that later.

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Now, how can I use these cards? There are so many ways. It just depends on what you are doing.

  • ARE YOU A WRITER that needs a location for a scene or just a character to spark a new adventure? Flip a card and you’ve got one!
  • ARE YOU A DUNGEON MASTER running a modern day RPG and you need a special item for your party? Flip a card and you’ve got one!
  • ARE YOU A TEACHER trying to encourage your students writing skills? Pass out a card to each student and let their imagination finish the story.
  • ARE YOU JUST LOOKING FOR SOME CREATIVE FUN? Flip 5 cards and craft a scenario using an element from each card. Pass the cards to the next player to continue the story. Keep passing, it’s a blast!

So head over to our Kickstarter page if you want to see this project become a reality.

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