|Trisha, the Irish Saiyan XD|
Challenge: D20 WritingOver the past several months, I've been experimenting with randomness. Now, this isn't to say that there isn't a method to what I do, or, more specifically, how I write. But especially in situations where I am trying to write engaging combat, I find this particular method of writing [which I fondly refer to as the "D20 Method"] to be not only adequate, but entertaining, as well.
I wanted to share it with you all to hear your thoughts. Or, if you want to try it yourself, let me know how it turns out for you!
So, here it is: The D20 Method of Writing
Take a d20 (or go to an rng site) and roll. Higher numbers are better.
Roll once for your character's action, and once for your opponent's reaction, and write accordingly.
Then, switch roles where their character goes on the offensive and your character is defending. The quality of the rolls dictates the results.
1 is a critical failure, whether attacking or
|I've been drawing ever since I could hold a pencil. I'm a Christian devoted to my faith, and view my art as part of what God made me to be. I love science fiction and fantasy, have a bit of an obsession with the Japanese culture, through extension love anime and martial arts.|