Non-Violent RPGs: Introduction

I definitely enjoy less combat, more investigation/interaction in my games. When I run games, it’s not uncommon for there to be several sessions in a row with little to no outright violence.

Telling Stories Together

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A History of Violence

I wanted to talk about how roleplaying has changed in the years since D&D conquered the tabletop. There’s no getting around the hobby’s roots in wargaming. For those of you who don’t know, Dungeons and Dragons began its life as a fantasy supplement for a tabletop wargame called Chainmail. But we’ve come a long way since then. We’ve learned that there are other stories to tell than tales of bloody battle. There are stories of mystery, suspense, horror, and even love and friendship. You may not believe it, but there are stories which do not include violence at all, or which dramatically de-emphasize it.

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