This month marks our one year anniversary working on the blog. We are so very grateful to our friends and fans who have supported us. Reading our blog, asking us rules questions, buying our product line through Rogue Genius Games. And of course, supporting our first big hardback product in the Talented Bestiary.
October witnesses the turn of the season for most of us, and of course closes with Halloween. So we kicked off the blog last year with "Horror Month", giving advice and new rules for fear mechanics, creature and encounter design, and I even detailed a free mini-campaign to illustrate the principles of running a memorable horror-themed game. You can find those articles right here on our product page, as well as the other archived articles from the past year.
We want to continue that theme all this month, with different articles bringing new ideas and practices to your spookiest adventures. So today I want to talk about subtext and adding a deeper meaning to your horror story.