Time out, what do you think?

angel thinkingOne of the things I’ve learned from being around the table, gaming or work, is that unless those around you are actually interested in what you have to say they’re going to listen.

At the gaming table I’ve seen (and been) that GM that’s lost the party. It’s usually no one specific item but typically a combination of factors, overly long descriptions, drawn out rule reviews, or even banter about what happened during the week, and before you know it the players are off on their own and you’ve lost the game entirely for that session.

What does that have to do with of Dice and Dragons?

Ever so often I set aside a blog post to ask you, my readers, what you think, what you would like covered, what I could do better, and this is that post.

I’ve recently changed up the posting on the site and it’s lead to daily posting as opposed to that “once in a blue moon,” schedule that was routinely seen – how are you liking the frequency?

I’ve started spending more time finding and sharing interesting posts from around the web, possibly from a site you haven’t read yet, do you like these types of posts?

Would you like to see longer pieces? If so is there something in particular you’d like to see covered?

Is there a topic in the past that you read about here and would like it revisited or expanded upon?

The floor is yours, my readers, please sound off in the comments and let me know what you think, the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Thanks in advance for sharing.

May your dice roll well.

 

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2 Responses to Time out, what do you think?

  1. markcmg says:

    “unless those around you are actually interested in what you have to say they’re going to listen.”

    Was this a test to see if we were “listening?” 😉

    I enjoy the blog when I get the chance to read it. Thanks for collecting the info for the RPGBA too. Keep up the good blogging!

    • Scot Newbury says:

      No, it wasn’t really a test but you’re the only one who caught it – kudos!

      I’m glad you enjoy the blog, and you, along with everyone else, is welcome for the work being done with the RPGBA information. The latter is something I just felt should be done and if all goes well folks will be able to continue to enjoy the whole host of sites going forward.

      I’ll keep blogging as long as folks keep reading, and that’s the real nut in the post, to find out if what I’m doing here is something folks like to read or if I’m just missing the mark.

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