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A GM's Tarot Guide: NPC Generation

A GM's Tarot Guide: NPC Generation

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There are a lot of different ways that you can create flesh out a campaign and this is one of my favorite ones. With a Tarot deck and a bit of thought, a GM can churn out a multitude of facets for sessions and campaigns. The GM's Tarot Guide is a collection of spreads for various aspects of GM prep. From one-off NPCs to the entire world and scope of the campaign. The only things that limits you are chutzpah and some ingenuity.

This PWYW preview covers what is probably one of the spots where I use the Tarot the most. It’s hard to just think up a full world of meaningful people who can actively drive a story or at least interest without some of them simply becoming deus machina for getting information to your players. This will help round them out and give you something to work with when trying to convey them, as well as making them feel like people should they come up again. This guide details a few one-, two-, and three-card spreads with examples to go with each. 

The full version of A GM's Tarot Guide is currently in progress and will be released soon.

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September 01, 2016
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