|Friday, May 5th, 2006|
10:13a - Sorcerer/Charnel Gods: The Irthan Epoch Actual Play
Last night was the first night of my Charnel Gods campaign, and it rocked. After my previous Sorcerer campaign left me feeling a little cold, I really wanted this one to cook, and after one session and four scenes I felt like it delivered.
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current mood: excited
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10:54a - Game Consumer Survey - Help us bring you better games!
Game Consumer Survey - Help us bring you better games!
Ohio State University's School of Communication, in partnership with the Game Manufacturers Association and The Wargamer, is undertaking one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of hobby game players ever conducted.
We need your help in making this survey the best it can be.
The OSU researchers are investigating patterns of motivation and usage by card, role-playing, board game, and other game players. Questions the survey seeks to answer include:
* What do game players like in games they play?
* Why does a game-player like these attributes?
* What motivates continued game play and preferences for types of games?
* Where are games bought and what influences those purchase decisions in light of preferences and motivations?
* With whom (and where) do gamers play, how frequently, and how do these decisions influence preferences and motivations?
This study is being conducted as an online survey. The Web address for the study is <http://www.gamesurvey.org/> http://www.gamesurvey.org The survey takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. Gamesurvey.org plans to stay open until 31 May, 2006.
We need your help in getting the word out to game players about this survey.
Please post announcements on your Web sites, to your newsgroups, to your list-serves, and anywhere else you can think of to invite game players to take the survey. We recommend something like this:
Help us bring you better games!
Ohio State University's School of Communication, in partnership with the Game Manufacturers Association and The Wargamer, is doing a survey of game consumers to gather information about what kind(s) of games you like and why you buy them. This information will go to manufactuers and publishers to help make the type(s) games you want. Any and all gamer players are welcome to participate and submit their responses. Please help us bring you better games by going to <http://www.gamesurvey.org/> http://www.gamesurvey.org and taking the survey. Thank you for your time!
(You can also e-mail Brant Guillory [firstname.lastname@example.org] to get Web banners for the survey.)
Thank you for helping us help you! - GAMA
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