Summer Camp 2023
PledgeSummercamp is a month of writing articles based on community prompts. I tend not to find inspiration in impersonal prompts, and prefer to write what's needed for the story rather than what's expected. However, I'm a sucker for a challenge, and love trying new things. With tons of material I haven't put to article yet, Summercamp seems a great way to make a dent in that to-do list. And maybe I'll get a badge or two along the way. Want to learn more? Check out the Summercamp 2023 Rules
Goal 1Use prompts as motivation to turn notes into articles.
Goal 2Have fun participating the community event.
Goal 3Become more comfortable sharing my work with others.
The main world I'll likely be adding articles to. I've been running campaigns in this setting since 2020 and have notes on paper, Obsidian Portal, Campfire, and mystery locations in my brain. Of the 12 planets, 6 have existing worldbuilding, but only 2 of those have made it to WA.
The world for the podcast I'm part of, which is mostly for the Strixhaven D&D module. Since it's a WotC setting, and I'm not the GM, there likely won't be too much worldbuilding I can do here. But there are a variety of homebrewed characters, locations, and organizations that may be relevant.
My (currently private) world for any writing projects I want to share. Most of my writing, whether short stories or novels, doesn't involve substantial worldbuilding. Each project will have its own category for related articles and prose. If a prompt doesn't fit either above world, it may fit another story.
by Rin Garnett
(Shared with permission from Annie Stein. Read her thoughts on 'Camp Chill' on her Camp Pledge.)