Interactive Storytelling RolePlaying (ISRP)

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Interactive Storytelling RolePlaying (ISRP)

Postby HarryJenkins » Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:26 am


With Interactive Storytelling, though the players still maintain control of their characters, the playing takes place within a structured setting. The characters are played within the framework of the setting, and the players agree to abide by the strictures of that setting. The emphasis is more on storytelling and developing a character's persona. In any good story, attention is paid to certain details, like consistency and internal logic.

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