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Ways to Approach Making a Setting 
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Post Re: Ways to Approach Making a Setting
Well maybe not really a designer Approach but,

There's also The Collaborative Approach. Y'know where players contribute in their own ways to creating a setting. I've done this a couple of times and the experience was pretty good.

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Post Re: Ways to Approach Making a Setting
David R wrote:
Well maybe not really a designer Approach but,

There's also The Collaborative Approach. Y'know where players contribute in their own ways to creating a setting. I've done this a couple of times and the experience was pretty good.

Regards,
David R


Yep! That's not really up to the designer, as you said. I *encourage* this approach in many of my games, but a GM could just as easily do it alone. That's a group level decision.

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