Dive deep into the word of game writing in this class with author Rosiee Thor
Adults (Ages 16+)
Monday March 11 | 6-8pm
This is an in-person event.
436 Charnelton St. Ste 100
Eugene, OR 97401
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Participant – $52 (For those with limited access to funds)
Sustainer – $69 (The true cost of this offering)
Patron – $86 (This amount supports those who need to pay less to attend)
Registration Closes March 4
(if you’re sick, please stay home and take care of yourself.)
Step into a realm where narrative writing and gameplay intertwine.
Explore the multidimensional world of game writing, where the boundaries of traditional storytelling are challenged, and the player becomes part of the narrative.
All kinds of games need stories and narrative arcs: whether they’re tabletop role player games, choose your own adventure games, or even mobile games.
Writing for games uses a variety of creative skills: fiction writing, scripting, technical skills, expansive world building, and a deep understanding of player agency.
In this workshop you’ll learn:
- How to craft stories for different game platforms: RPGs, mobile, choose your own adventure
- How to design intricate narratives with multiple pathways and outcomes
- How to understand player agency and how to incorporate it effectively
- Hands-on basic coding to bring your game ideas to life
From creating a complex web of multiple pathway storytelling, to coding your own game, this class will give you the tools to begin building your game writing portfolio. Learn and hone your game writing skills under Rosiee’s expert guidance.
Questions about the class?
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About the Instructor:
Rosiee Thor (they/she) began their career as a storyteller by demanding to tell her mother bedtime stories instead of the other way around. She spent her childhood reading by flashlight in the closet until they came out as queer.
They live in Oregon with a dog, two cats, and an abundance of plants. She’s the author of Tarnished Are The Stars (Scholastic), Fire Becomes Her (Scholastic), The Meaning of Pride (Versify), and Life is Strange: Steph’s Story (Titan).
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