Saturday, 23 July 2011

Calling all King Slayers!

You've played the adventure, you've slain the king - now we want to know how you found the whole experience! With King Slayer being the first ever Tweet RPG adventure, there's a lot of things to learn which could enhance the way new stories are constructed and put into action.

We would appreciate it if you could fill in this questionnaire, and in return, we will send you your own copy of the King Slayer story YOU created! You will be sent a PDF document containing the prologue, story summaries and epilogue - if you don't want to receive a copy, just leave the 'email' section blank.

We would also like to offer you the opportunity to create a 'Tweet RPG Player Profile'. This will be published on the Tweet RPG blog, and will be a fun way for you and other Tweet RPG players to learn about each other. Creating a profile is optional, so don't worry if you don't want to create one. It will take some time to collate the data from the questionnaire, so don't expect to see your profile on the site as soon as you finish the questionnaire!

The questionnaire is embedded below, within this post (if you cannot access the questionnaire, send us a message on Twitter and we'll email you a copy). There are four sections within the questionnaire:

  • Player Info
  • Tweet RPG Blog Feedback
  • King Slayer Feedback
  • Player Profile Questions

Make sure you click the 'done' button on the last page, or your data will not be sent! You can go back through the questionnaire before clicking 'done', if you want to change any of your answers. It might take a few days to send out your copy of King Slayer - if you haven't received it three days after filling in the questionnaire, send us a message and we'll see what we can do. If you any problems or queries about the questionnaire feel free to get in contact.

IMPORTANT - this questionnaire is intended for King Slayer players only. Please don't send a response if you didn't participate in King Slayer.

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