RPG as Cooperative Experience

A role-playing game is a cooperative experience between multiple participants. At its simplest, it can be described as an organized form of group make-believe, with a set of rules and procedures to keep things consistent and fair. The goal is not to win - there are no real "winners" in a role-playing game - but simply to have a good time.


Folksonomies: rpg role-playing game

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 Legend Of The Five Rings
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Wulf, Carman, Mason (2005-05-01), Legend Of The Five Rings, Alderac Entertainment Group, Retrieved on 2015-02-25
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     Role Playing Games

    Comparative notes from various RPGs, including multiple editions of D&D.
    Folksonomies: rpgs role-playing games
    Folksonomies: rpgs role-playing games