My concern, my suspicion, is that copyright and artist credit is not a big part of “Game Hook” culture. If you recognise an artist here, please credit them in the comments below.
What is “Game Hook” culture? Well, it’s a trend in which GM ideas are written on top of a matching quality illustration in a similar way to a motivational poster.
And I find them fascinating. The ideas are terrible or awful in equal measure. Here are 29.
There’s no easy way to search for “Game Hook” posters with Google, Bing or DuckDuckGo. You can’t configure any of them to look for game hooks you’ve not found before.
However, if you start collecting them, then services like OneNote and Evernote can save them and will do an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) on your collection to help you find within that.
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