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You don’t need a lot of prep time for a good game

It’s a fear that all GMs face at one time or another, you’re not prepped for the session that you’re running tonight – Justin over at Stuffer Shack shares one such recent experience in his post, Last Minute Cancellations of One Player … Continue reading

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One Dungeon, Two Maps

Mark over at Dust Pan Games shares with us his take on what a GM map should be versus what a player map should be. There’s a lot of good information in the post as Mark covers what he considers the … Continue reading

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The reward doesn’t have to sparkle

It’s often overlooked but not every reward handed out needs to be a shiny and sparkly item. Of course, that’s the way the rules seem to be written that way, every time you accomplish something there needs to be a … Continue reading

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Welcoming the new player

There is nothing more scary than being the new guy at the table and while it’s been some time since I was that new guy I still remember the feeling of, “will I fit in?” Unfortunately not everyone is a … Continue reading

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