When we talk about Role-Playing-Games (RPGs) we do not mean Drama activities and Role-plays "In a café," "At the doctor's," which many teachers are familiar with.
RPGs are a special type of a game, which is an interactive story with only basic plot elements. Players describe their actions through narrative and this is how the story develops. The players make decisions based on their traits of character and special skills (they describe them in Character Profile at the beginning of the game). To see if players' decisions are successful or not, we use a 20-sided dice. A person, who makes a decision, rolls the dice and if the result is "successful" (e.g. from 15 to 20) his or her suggested action is a success, but if not – he or she fails and something bad happens.