What Would They Do?

“When people live, one thing that tends to happen is they get into a comfort zone, they do things because that is how they’ve always been done, they don’t go for change because they feel safe in that little bubble. Of course,” Drraagh says and smiles, “This applies to stories and games too.  So, I […]

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Beat the Band

“We all know the standard tropes of stories, with the hero being, as Dennis Leary sings in his song Asshole: These are the sort of heroes we see,” Drraagh says and slowly moves to pick up a book from a shelf. The Hero With a Thousand Faces. “These stories have been around forever, where the […]

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Bring the Drama

Drraagh stands by the window in his office, looking out at the sky. He takes a deep breath and then begins to speak. “So, I’ve been talking about alternative angles the past few times I’ve gotten down to talking lately, and that’s brought a lot of new concepts to bear that people may not be […]

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On The Case

“You ever wonder how to be a detective? I used to enjoy that as a kid. The idea of taking clues and figure things out from them. There are so many great detective stories, so people want to be in those sort of stories. I remember movies and books making me feel like I was […]

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Silence the Inner Critic

“I was thinking of talking about a few different topics of my interest today, but this morning I caught a flatvid that got me focused on a new topic today, one that I would like to share with you,” Drraagh says as he sits back in his chair, feet up on the desk, hat tilted […]

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The Power of Information

“There’s this old movie that opens with this bit talking about how movies are essentially, shit. Because they don’t push the envelope. I think I have a clip of it here, just give me a second.” Drraagh taps a couple buttons on the keyboard before bringing up a video clip: “See how he talks about […]

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