The annual month-long celebration of the roleplaying game hobby known as RPGaDay returns next month.
It's five years since I last participated, but - funk-dependent - I have every intention of joining in this year, especially as I find many of the prompts (see above) work for my particular tastes.
This year's overall theme is "Who, What, When, Where, Why, How... "
I love the questions that ask about my tastes in gaming and ideas, as that allows me to rhapsodize about what I enjoy about gaming, although I'm not so keen on the "tagging other people" prompts, but I'm sure I can find a workaround without being a complete dick about it.
The brainchild of British game writer David F Chapman, creator of the Vortex System (as used in the Doctor Who RPGs), RPGaDay is designed to foster a sense of positivity and community across multiple social media platforms, celebrating the creativity and inspirational nature of roleplaying games.
Check out David's blog post about the celebration, which is scheduled to start on August 1. It will then run through the month with a daily question or prompt to encourage gamers to write, tweet, vlog, podcast etc on similar themes.
On the blog, you can can snag your own graphic of the questions (to post on your own site, if needs be) and also find the questions translated into several alternate languages.