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How Do You Describe Pain?

Find herein scores of well-written examples and key words on how to describe various levels of pain to your audience. For Writers and Gamemasters (GMs) it's difficult to convey pain, and even specific types of pain, to an audience who's comfortably sitting at home in an easy chair or around a gaming table. 

The Pain Cards attempt to help writers, storytellers and GMs in this regard by providing adjectives and key words that can be used to convey pain.  

With each word there are two separate examples on the use of the words — one example more severe than the next.  

Use these keywords and inspiring examples to covey pain in a unique and compelling way.

This storytelling tool:

•Encourages writers to show, not just say it was painful. 

•Adds depth and drama to any of your story's combat scenes. 

•Is great for Gamemasters who wish to better express their players' hits, damage or injury. 

•Can tip your essay, blog, novel or gaming table from good to great! 

•Is written for any genre. 

•By design, is system neutral and super flexible

•Is both a reference and a brainstorming tool. 

•Offers fresh ways to describe pain. 

•Includes a collage of beautiful card art from Rafael Dorsz.

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How Do You Describe Pain?

Find herein scores of well-written examples and key words on how to describe various levels of pain to your audience. For Writers and Gamemasters (GMs) it's difficult to convey pain, and even specific types of pain, to an audience who's comfortably sitting at home in an easy chair or around a gaming table. 

The Pain Cards attempt to help writers, storytellers and GMs in this regard by providing adjectives and key words that can be used to convey pain.  

With each word there are two separate examples on the use of the words — one example more severe than the next.  

Use these keywords and inspiring examples to covey pain in a unique and compelling way.

This storytelling tool:

•Encourages writers to show, not just say it was painful. 

•Adds depth and drama to any of your story's combat scenes. 

•Is great for Gamemasters who wish to better express their players' hits, damage or injury. 

•Can tip your essay, blog, novel or gaming table from good to great! 

•Is written for any genre. 

•By design, is system neutral and super flexible

•Is both a reference and a brainstorming tool. 

•Offers fresh ways to describe pain. 

•Includes a collage of beautiful card art from Rafael Dorsz.


This PDF Features:

1. Indexed: PDF contains a full Index for the entire suit of cards.

2. Searchable: PDF is not just images of the cards,but contains fully searchable text.

3. Selectable text: Each Action word and Description can be selected, highlighted or copied out of the PDF.

 4. Blank Cards: The background images of all the cards are provided with the PDF. This allows you to print out blank cards and fill in your own Action Words, Descriptions or Notes.

 5. Layered PDF: There are some decorative items within the presentation of the cards which you can choose not to print by unselecting the Adobe layer.

 6. Cutlines: The PDF is designed for you to cut out the cards from your printed standard 8 1/2 x 11 sheet. Therefore, we provide cutlines to help you line up your scissors or paper cutter.

 7. Our PDFs are always created with a high print-resolution (300 dpi).