My “Happy New Year” post with the 10 (plus 2) most read posts in 2019. Thank you for another fantastic year spent together!Read More The most read posts in 2019!
Interview with four talented, award-winning Dungeon Masters, a bit about their game experience, what is a secret for a “good story”, and the 12 tips and tricks to keep players and audiences engaged.Read More How to tell a great story? 4 veteran Dungeon Masters share their secrets to keep audiences engaged
An essential guide to how I first discovered the magic of the Tarot Cards, how I am learning it, and how I use it for personal reflection, in my work as a storyteller and in education.Read More Using Tarots for storytelling and personal reflection
My views on “Chernobyl” (2019), the scary, gripping and well-crafted HBO miniseries. 5 reasons why it’s top notch storytelling, and a few words about its cultural impact.Read More Great AND Terrible. 5 reasons why “Chernobyl” is damn good storytelling.
To celebrate the ending of Game of Thrones, here is my personal ranking of all the characters who made it to season 8. From the worst to the best.Read More All Game of Thrones characters (season 8), rated by me
A complete, step-by-step description of one of my favorite educational activities. A powerful experience of environmental education, in nature, through storytelling.Read More The Earth Walk – environmental education with a powerful storytelling experience
“Stardust” (2007) is an interesting mix between a spectacular Hollywood movie and a steampunk fairy tale. This is my detailed analysis of its narrative arc and characters, plus some notes on the differences between the film and the original book.Read More “Stardust” (2007) – a Victorian fairy tale and a spectacular quest for self-love
Why “Dungeons and Dragons” is the most successful and relevant role playing game, and it’s cooler than ever in the social media age. Plus, some very good reasons to start playing it right now, with just about anybody.Read More 6 reasons for everybody to play Dungeons and Dragons
My experience and short review of the latest – and possibly, most controversial – “Black Mirror” episode, which bends the boundary between television and videogame.Read More “Bandersnatch”, Black Mirror broke the border between tv and videogame
Allright, new post about a super cool training course we just did in June 2018. The topic is very dear to me: I have been playing games all my life, and I still do it: very actively, digital and online format, and also board games or role playing games when I meet with my friends […]Read More War (and Peace) Games – game design for education and to build a better world