When I was 10 years old, the school showed me RPG. A silly and non-sense game about doing nothing sited in a table with dice. I was wrong later I started learning AD&D and then D&D. I learned so many concepts and stuff. I could mention many things. One of the moments of more happiness in my life my character became ::ArchiMage:: in 2006, in June, 12, if I’m not wrong. I still have the info of my character, D&D3.5. Level 17! Almost Epic.
Well, for quite some time I thought I would open a start-up that trains people using RPG. Maybe one day, who knows.
The diagram below shows the abilities that are actually improved while playing RPG.
> Cognitive abilities: several
> Writing skills: Fulfill your abilities
> Reading skills: The magician can choose 4 spells to prepare today. Which one to use
> Socialization: Schedule Sunday meetings with at least 4 people.
> Interpretation: Do really think an elf archer would Neutral would do this thing?
> Creativity: The meals are finished, what to do?
> Strategy: 4 players against 20 rob-goblins.
> Math: if you spend more than 20seconds after rolling the dice calculating your bonus. Lost your turn.
[Source1] I got this pic from Facebook, so I don’t know who did. The person deserves all the credit.