At the end of last session, we left our heroes pondering their next move. They had crushed the derro and their carrion golem servant and now stood before an ancient secret door, apparently unopened for ages.
Over the last forty years or so, the game of Dungeons & Dragons has evolved through many editions, versions and retro-clones. What haven’t changed, however, are the hallmarks of a skilled player.
One facet of running a successful campaign is actually meeting up and playing. While it might sound stupid and incredibly basic, in today’s busy world sometimes just managing to meet up to play a game can seem like a Herculean achievement.
Considering six key factors when choosing where to play can vastly enhance your gaming session.
Game time is precious time. But all too often, we don’t use it as effectively as we could. Follow these five easy tips to speed up your game play today!
New players are the lifeblood of our hobby. Without them, the role-playing hobby will inevitably fail. This would be a Bad Thing and so it’s up to all of us to make a new player’s first few games as stress free and exciting as possible.
GMing is one of the most rewarding aspects of roleplaying. It’s also one of the most daunting, particularly for new gamers. Luckily, it’s actually pretty easy to do well.