For various reasons I've been away from Adept Play and I've missed the juicy discussions on situations. I'll have to try to read those at some point; they seem interesting! I've got the routine now to post my actual play posts of Hantverksklubben here, and since we had a session yesterday I'll keep that tradition and post the translation here. As usual, this is a slightly touched-up machine translation.
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Another session of Hantverksklubben, our experimental GM-less freeform group, yesterday. This time the topic was decidedly more technical. Original play report in Swedish here, machine-translated and slightly touched-up version below.'
Yesterday we finally managed a new session of Hantverksklubben, our ongoing experimental GM-less freeform group. The theme for the day was "Feelgood", and it was a … mixed success. The original post in Swedish is here. The text below is translated using Google with slight touch-ups, but the language might not be perfect.
So in this post I mentioned the fifth episode of Hantverksklubben, our ongoing GM-less freeform experimental group. Ron said he thought of breaking it out into a separate post, and I said I might as well make a new post about that session, since we didn't have a Hantverk session this weekend.
Again we barely managed to get enough people to run a session of Hantverksklubben yesterday, but that's ok! Three people joining is pretty standard by now. As usual, the original play report is in Swedish and can be found at rollspel.nu here. This will be a slightly polished Google translation, so if you can read Swedish, the original is probably going to be better written.
So yesterday we had another session of Hantverksklubben, and I already wrote a play report on rollspel.nu, where all our play reports are stored. But since we've now had some discussion about our activities on Adept Play, and since Helma joined us for this session, let's post it here as well.
Introduction in English
Simon has been busy! Since last autumn, he has organized Hantverksklubben (roughly, "handicrafts" or "hands-on" club) here in Sweden, through the Rollspel.nu forum and conducted at the Hem-Con Discord server. All of this is in Swedish, but I'll say more about that in a moment. As of the discussion presented in the video, they've played 19 sessions, no small feat considering what they're doing.