Make your own StoryCreate your own story
Create your own planets - The Story Museum
We are now closing the Fairy Tale Museum exhibition as we are preparing for our great redesign. Story Cafe is open from Tuesday to Friday. You can book your Oxford Travelcard on our Oxford Travelcard page or by calling the 01865 305305 Ticketing Number. Cards are only available at The Story Museum on the date of the show.
We have an number of 01865 790050 - but please note that the offices are not staffed on a regular basis at the weekend. Accompany Mini Grey, the author of Traction Man and Hermelin the Detective Mouse, and get to know her very latest personality, Space Dog. Starfleet's solitary quest is almost over and it's going to be home for him.
However, a dangerous escape later and he finds himself with an Astrocat on board his vessel - and everyone knows that place dogs and astrocats are vowed foes..... aren't they? Explore and build your own one-of-a-kind mini planets using a wide range of funny arts and crafts material before gluing it to their huge spatial maps to build a whole new sun system!
Make your own story
If you create your own story, you should consider the people around you who might also be interested in the story you are making. Whilst you have a very special premonition that you may want to have because you will engage other gamers, you must be willing to adjust and change your story to become a SHARED story and also consider the wishes of others.
This means that not everything runs 100% as you initially planned, but it is a much more rewarding and rewarding story as it becomes something that several gamers will do. Let's say you want to make your own story. Perhaps your personality wants to break into the side of a company, blast up a colleague's home or hold a week-long bookshop!
Here are some rules you should adhere to when planning your next player-driven action. Company: There' re the big companies and the big companies. You will refer 9/10 time to your home company when you come with a property. When you are planning to do anything that involves the corporations, that is something you should talk to your warden about.
When you are planning to make straight poles about this corporation, you are more than welcome to, but if you want to chop into it, you are breaking into a service, etc. you would need directors consent. When you ask your company for help, such as financing, gear, password for safety login, etc., which should also be sent to your head.
Different columns: If you claim to have assaulted another column or damaged their things, please talk to them first. They can work together to make the story that''s right for you. When it is something you want to keep anonym, please contact your manager so that he can co-ordinate everything.
This is before you choose to blast up an whole town, do huge amount of field damaging, or cause an event that the outside (!) would talk to your moviemaster. When you want to do something that affects the people, everyday businesses, something so big that you end up having consequences, talk to your warden.
Genuine Life: If you are planning meetings as a pillar of your free day, you can do it. When you want to make your column consist of streaming audio, you can do that. There is no harm in giving your filmmaker a fast upgrade, but it is not always necessary. When you' re planning a meeting that's more than just your friend, be sure to give your movie producer an up-date.
In this way, if any question about your directing crew is not kept in the shadows, if gamers begin to refer to incidents that occurred at a societal occasion where your stage manager may not be present. Our goal is for you to have the most possible enjoyment with Utopia and create your own game.
We' ll always try to find a way to work with you to make it possible, no matter how crazy your ideas may be.