Each branch of the story is represented by a card in the hypercard stack.

"Print everything out and this is what you get, this map. "

The map printout helped the group to see their story as a whole. It enabled them to keep track of the multiple paths of the story and to figure out where to add artwork and music: for example, Rory's big date with Valencia.

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