This is the main reason for my Creative November, Storytelling Collective‘s Write Your First Adventure – Call of Cthulhu path.
It’s another creative thing I’ve always wanted to have done. Write a Call of Cthulhu roleplaying adventure to a professional standard and have it for sale through DriveThruRPG or similar. It doesn’t even need to be available for sale, but if I’m putting some real effort into something then what’s a bit of financial renumeration?
Anyway, there’s a handy workbook to work through (and who doesn’t like a workbook to work through?)
The first so many days are all prep work with the actual writing commencing around day 7 or 8.
But I’d like to post some of the progress here too.
The first activity is a bit of personal reflection.
How do you currently feel as you embark on this workshop?
I’m nervous. But excited.
What is one thing you hope to get out of it?
A completed Call of Cthulhu adventure of a reasonable quality, that other folks can enjoy too.
Also, to have another completed project under my belt. I’m not good at finishing things.
What do you feel nervous/anxious about?
Just the uncertainty of a project I’ve not done before. I’ve written wee scenarios and adventures for RPG gaming in my teens but nothing coherent.
Write a positive affirmation for yourself.
I can do this. Others can and I’m not an idiot. I’m a creative person. And I can finish this if I apply myself.
I’ll post the next one later.