Robin's Laws Test

September 23, 2008 1 Comment I would hope that every good game master out there has read "Robin's Laws of Good Game Mastering". If you haven't, I advise you to look it up on Amazon and buy it immediately. It does a fantastic job of identifying various players and what they need out of a game, as well as many other important aspects to game mastering. That being said, someone on Quizfarm.com made a test, which can be seen here. And here is what the quiz told me: You Scored as Storyteller You're more inclined toward the role playing side of the equation and less interested in numbers or experience points. You're quick to compromise if you can help move the story forward, and get bored when the game slows down for a long planning session. You want to play out a story that moves like it's orchestrated by a skilled novelist or film director. Method Actor : 92%; Storyteller: 92%; Tactician : 83%; Specialist : 75%; Power Gamer: 42%; Butt-Kicker : 33%; Casual Gamer: 17% What did you score? Leave me a comment and let me know!Uncategorized
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