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Title: <実践報告>ゲームマスターの力量マップ: プロフェッショナルの要件
Other Titles: <Case Reports>Competence Map for Game Masters: Professional Requirements
Authors: 藤林, 啓一郎  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Fujibayashi, Keiichirō
Keywords: 共創
Game Master (GM)
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2022
Publisher: 日本RPG学研究会
Journal title: RPG学研究
Volume: 3
Start page: 33
End page: 45
Abstract: テーブルトーク・ロールプレイング・ゲーム(TRPG)は物語を共創する体験を楽しむ遊びである. だが, 遊んだ結果として楽しくないこともある. 体験の品質を左右する要素のなかでも, ゲームマスター(GM)の役割が重要である. 将棋など勝敗が明確な競技性ゲームに対して, 共創性ゲームが「上手い」とはどう評価すればいいか. 筆者は初心者からゲームデザイナー, 公認GM評価まで多様な422人以上のGMのセッションを参与観察し, フォーマルな評価も筆者個人の経験も参考にし, 自己エスノグラフィーの手法により, 楽しさと要因を考察してきた. その気づきを「力量マップ」形式で提示する. プロフェッショナルGMだけでなく, 深く濃くTRPGの楽しみを追求するアマチュアGMにも活用していただくことを期待する.
Table Talk Role-Playing Games (TRPGs) allow players to enjoy the experience of co-creating a story. However, there are times when the experience is not enjoyable. Among the factors that affect the quality of the experience, the role of the Game Master (GM) is important. In contrast to competitive games such as Shogi, where victory or defeat is clear-cut, how do we evaluate the “skill” of a co-creation game? The author has observed more than 422 GM sessions, ranging from beginners to game designers to certified GMs, and has considered the factors of enjoyment by using autoethnography, referring to both formal evaluations and the author’s personal experiences. The findings are presented in the form of a “competence map.” The author hopes that not only professional GMs but also amateur GMs who pursue TRPG enjoyment in depth will make use of the suggestions.
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DOI: 10.14989/jarps_3_33
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