|"I want to play a robot princess!" Answering, Writing, and Interpreting Casting Questionnaires|
Submitted by: Haz Harrower
It's one of the most easily overlooked steps in running a game, at least in measures of importance. People send out e-mails with a form to be submitted, you answer, then sit back and wait for your role to magically be sent to you.
Out of your hands, right?
People write, read, and answer the forms differently, and that can lead to a lot of miscommunication, disappointment, and some... odd... casting choices.
Using the casting responses from past games as reference data, is there a right way to do these things? A wrong way?
Panelists: Haz Harrower, Cameron Betts, Eric Wirtanen