The Back to (Old) School Sale
If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know September is my 30,000-word adventure month, in that my plan is to write a 30,000-word adventure from scratch by the end of the month. Well, I’ve got some exciting news!
At the end of last week, I blogged about the Forsaken Demesne of the Demon’s Cultists and my September 30,000-word challenge. Loads of people asked be kept apprised of my progress and so without further ado, I give you my first update!
September seems to be a month full of gaming and writing goodness for me. It’s going to be an awesome month!
Be Awesome at Dungeon Design (Augmented Edition made it to #3 in Endzeitgeist’s Top Ten of 2017. To celebrate it’s the Deal of the Moment at Raging Swan’s Shop.
Take 25% off all our PDFs (and exclusive bundles) at the Raging Swan Press store.
Time to stock on some festive bargains!
Heroic Maps are celebrating their 5th birthday over at Patreon with a caption competition that could net you a prize worth several hundred dollars!
Win the caption competition and get a free battle map commission of your own design!
There’s a catch, though…I’m the judge! So if you think you can amuse a middle-aged, English gentleman with an odd–some would say warped– sense of humour, head over to Heroic Map’s Patreon page and have a go!
I love GMing, but that doesn’t mean I love every aspect of GMing. Frankly some parts of the job—I’m looking at you “session prep”—suck.
I’m always looking for ways to improve my GMing. Essentially, I want to reduce the amount of time I spend prepping for the session while making the session itself more awesome. I also want to be a better GM during the session.
I spend a lot of time on this blog giving GM advice. This week, I thought it would be fun to ask for your tips and tricks. How do you get through session prep quickly? What tricks do you use to make your games run smoothly? Let me—and everyone else who read this article—know, in the comments below!
Help me make my game easier to prepare and run, and more awesome to experience!
(If I get enough comments, I’ll compile them into another blog post so everyone can easily benefit from the accumulated GM Wisdom of my readers).