Determine if Different RPG Campaign Settings Have Different Therapeutic and Educational Effects on Participants

by Hawke Robinson published 2012/10/29 09:30:00 GMT-7, last modified 2021-01-02T09:45:13-08:00
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Do specific RPG campaign settings have different causal effects on participants?

Within the fantasy genre for example, are there different measurable results from participation in a Lord of the Rings campaign versus a Greyhawk campaign (using the same system)?

Star Wars versus Star Trek?

Call of Cthulhu versus Supernatural?

Test different genres compared to the baseline fantasy campaigns from earlier testing, for any differentiation in results, using the same system in different campaign settings.

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