Using Skills is a series of posts that delves into and discusses each skill in 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons. This index is meant to make this series easier to navigate for anyone wishing to look up a particular skill. Below the list is a lengthy Afterword in which I discuss the series, my thoughts on it, and the future of this blog. Lastly, there is a poll at the bottom in which I ask what content you are most interested in seeing.
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So next month is going to be National Novel Writing Month, which I have posted about earlier. This is going to be a very busy month for me, as I attempt to write a mystery novel set in a fantasy-medieval setting. I haven’t achieved the 50k goal since 2013, and I’ve never actually finished a novel even having reached that amount. This year I am going to attempt to do both: try to hit 50k and try to end the novel around that point.
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I’d like to interrupt our usual weekly post with a quick reminder about something I try to do every year, and that I think you should try.
National Novel Writing Month is, put simply, an international attempt to write a novel in the month of November. Realistically, the goal is set to 50k words (or 1,666 a day), so at the end you should have enough words to make up a small novel. It’s a hectic experiment about putting yourself out there and losing whatever inhibitions you have (like trying to write well) that stops you from having output.
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