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  • Interestingly, gamism and dramatism can meet, especially in games that have rules that are heavily prescriptive to story elements.

    Is D&D 4e Really Role-playing? « Geek Related

  • And it also flirts with the conjunction of gamism and dramatism with the encounter powers and healing surges and whatnot.

    Is D&D 4e Really Role-playing? « Geek Related

  • Very briefly, we would like to point out that Mr. Campeanu's account, while rich in facts (hence its undeniable narrative qualities and dramatism), does not present an analysis of these facts or suggest a broad historical-political framework for such an analysis.

    Ceausescu's Way

  • Stale harmonies, lack of any dramatism appropriate to the music, 'Frank said.

    The Hotel New Hampshire

  • To the very end the tense dramatism of the tale is maintained without relaxation.

    From the Car Behind

  • But dramatism is also an aspect that fits well with landscape photography.

    LetsGoDigital English Edition

  • But dramatism is also an aspect that fits well with landscape photography.

    LetsGoDigital English Edition

  • But dramatism is also an aspect that fits well with landscape photography.

    LetsGoDigital English Edition

  • And I resist strongly the effort to base a reading of an artist's oeuvre on a general conclusion about some one aspect of it (say, its dramatism) (and whether I like it, or not, or was told by someone else that it was "good" or not) -- tied to some contextual situation like the life cycle phase of an institution, and what I think of that.

    Wired Campus

  • But dramatism is also an aspect that fits well with landscape photography.

    LetsGoDigital English Edition

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