EPI Editor Note: The following article is a contribution from the AWESOME Player of SulissurnXukuth. We at Evil Plotters Ink lay no claim to the content, the copyright remains with the player of SulissurnXukuth. There are few players… Continue reading
…of Anything Real All Ye Who Enter Here!
EPI Editor Note: The following was written by an Original Evil Plotter and a long-time RDI Host, (Sid). It was originally posted in 2000 to AOL’s FFRP Area as an… Continue reading
Keep this simple fact in mind: Your character(s) Profile may be your character(s) First Impression. You only get one of those.
There seem to be a lot of divergent ideas about what to add in one’s profile. This post isn’t… Continue reading
In a lot of my articles I discuss issues we as free-form role players face. If by chance someone out there reads something I’ve written and thinks “wow, she’s talking about me!”
First… any articles posted in the… Continue reading
It can happen to you… it’s happened to me and plenty of other players too!
Keep in mind… It takes just one bad apple for creative theft to occur. They see another player’s efforts and talents, like them so… Continue reading
(The following is an excerpt that was originally posted on DM’s Roundtable in the “Feeling Frustrated and/or Helpless?” thread. I’ve included it here because the information on Open and Closed storylines relates to how we at Evil Plotters… Continue reading
The title of this article may be a bit misleading… The following information is just as applicable to every-day in-room play as it is to Free Form Fighting. But it is in the Fighting where we come across these situations… Continue reading
Have you ever had a scene you were simply dying to play out? I have. I get all wrapped up in my own stories all the time. I get an idea for a scene and off I dash for the… Continue reading
If you read me, you may have likely read much of this before. With the closing of the old Round Table many, many moons ago my post on this topic was lost. I felt it wise to repost this here… Continue reading
This is written for those who want to develop storylines for their characters. If that’s not how you play, feel free to ignore this post. Thanks.
Fact 1: Every character needs a concept. You don’t need to… Continue reading