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Welcome to the fifth episode of the Play On Target podcast (PLOT for short). in this episode, your hosts sit down and discuss 3 books for each of us that serve as sources of inspiration for them with respect to the RPG hobby, planning games, plotting a session or campaign arc, and all around story-telling. We hope you enjoy listening to the discussion. Did we get anything wrong? Did we misrepresent your favorite game or inspirational product? Are we completely off the mark about what is inspirational to you in your game? Let us know in the comments or start a discussion on RPG Geek.
Triple Threat of Systems that can challenge you (pick one of the following):
Advice: If you only ever play, GM a game at least once, it will change your perspective; if you only ever GM, give it a rest and play every once in a while to recharge your batteries and get the perspective of the other side.
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