Posts tagged Elsa S. Henry
Why Minority Settings in RPGs Matter

Role-playing games offer participants limitless opportunities to explore new places, characters, and ideas. Do you want to be a vampire pirate? Cool! A cyberpunk android? All right! Do you want your game to take place in a medieval fantasy kingdom, a post-apocalyptic dystopian wasteland, or even other galaxies? No problem! With imagination the only barrier for what can be created, there should be a vast field of narratives told through games. Yet, role-playing games are often more narrowly defined.

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Interview with Elsa S. Henry

An interview with Elsa S. Henry about her new project, Dead Scare! 

So, I’m Elsa S. Henry. I’m a historian and actor by academic training. I actually have an MA in Women’s History from Sarah Lawrence College – and I’ve been a gamer for most of my life. I kind of fell into writing for games over the last year (not a complaint at all, more of a delightful surprise) and am now working almost entirely full time in the games industry as a freelancer! 

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