The daredevil cockroach into Sara's soup.

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Theo's overworked computer in a spray of sparks.

The curious toddler  a grasshopper into her mouth.

Francisco's comic book collection worth $20,000.00.

Do you remember
When you eat boiling hot nachos with rice corn and others yum things
And for dessert you had ice cream and jelly
And packed our lunch bun muffin and apples
We also went to blue lake
And ran /walked it was so crystal clear
And you played in the sand
And when you found two ducks and feed them food
Sure you have

Potato chips too loudly to eat during an exam.

Do you remember
when you climbed a tree and took approximately 2 minutes
To get down
And when you sprinted to the mysterious flax bushes as the hunters go past and scream my name
And when you watched the bright torches go past
And when you listened to the rain tumbling down on the tin can roof
And that time when you shot a paint can down with a air rifle
And when you were running around like hooligans trying to scare people
Sure you have

The  of the potato chips drew the angry glance of Professor Orsini to our corner of the room.

A three-mile run like a marathon during a hot, humid July afternoon.

Have you experienced a school camp?
Sure you have!
Remember that time
When you were tried of lingering up late
Or when you were tried of your roomates waking you up early
Remember that time
When you were boiling hot
And then when you were cold because the air conditioning was on
Remember the hot nights?
Then the cold mornings?
That was school camp!

connects the subject, , to his state of being, anger.

Remember that time when you were hiding for spot light and
How you never got found and
You almost felt like you would never be found. And how it was freezing.
Remember when you couldn’t stop laughing especially when you sore the light
That was school camp!

Chris the crunchy, honey-roasted grasshopper.

Remember that time when you were swinging
really high and almost fell off and
just caught your balance.
And how you were to scared to swung higher.
Remember how everyone swung high too.
That was school camp.

Sylvia always  at cute guys driving hot cars.

is something that Sylvia can do.

And just like that you’ve created a scenario with nine different paths to success. And if you keep your mind open to the idea of “more clues are always better” as you’re designing the adventure, you’ll find even more opportunities. For example, how trivial would it be to drop a reference to the butcher shop into one of those love letters? Or to fill that diary with half-mad charcoal sketches of wolves?

is something that the telephone can do.

is something that thunder can do.

I love your articles man. I’ve come to many of the same conclusions simply throught trial and error in DM’ing, but I love how you’ve really expanded upon these ideas and analyzed them. Thanks!

Thunder  in the distance, sending my poor dog scrambling under the bed.

During bad storms, trailer parks often magnets for tornadoes.

Remember that time
You were hiding in the bushes
Trying not to get found
Then you see the bright flashlight shine on your feet
Then you think
‘Hide my face!!!!
Hide!!!’
Then they say;
“Found you, Hayley!”
That was school camp