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A [[Technique]] for play-preparation which primarily, although not exclusively, outlines the ties of sexual contact and kinship among characters. Typically these ties are not immediately known to the protagonist characters. The term was first presented in ''The Sorcerer's Soul''. Compare to the group-based and more general Technique of [[Storymapping]].
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A [[Technique]] for play-preparation which primarily, although not exclusively, outlines the ties of sexual contact and kinship among characters. Typically these ties are not immediately known to the protagonist characters. The term was first presented in ''The Sorcerer's Soul''. Compare to the group-based and more general Technique of [[Storymap]]. Not to be confused with the full range of imaginable graphic representations of characters and connections associated with play.

Revision as of 11:55, 10 May 2012

A Technique for play-preparation which primarily, although not exclusively, outlines the ties of sexual contact and kinship among characters. Typically these ties are not immediately known to the protagonist characters. The term was first presented in The Sorcerer's Soul. Compare to the group-based and more general Technique of Storymap. Not to be confused with the full range of imaginable graphic representations of characters and connections associated with play.