DM to GM are Russ More (Dumbgeons & Dragons) and Sean Howard (The End of Time and Other Bothers). They're answering your questions to help you feel more comfortable playing the games YOU want to play.
Can You Run a Game Without Voices?
Russ (Dumbgeons & Dragons) and Sean (The End of Time and Other Bothers) are breaking down whether voices are necessary to have a fun time running or playing a game. We also walk you through out tickle trunk of voices that we use for our public games. Spoiler alert - it's not that many!
Russ (Dumbgeons & Dragons) and Sean (The End of Time and Other Bothers) are taking you through the terrifying world of what to do when the players break the world or the game session you have planned. We hopefully give you some tips and tricks to feel more comfortable when NOTHING goes to plan.
You Have 30 Minutes to Prep! Don't Panic!
You have 30 minutes before the gang arrives to play the game. You look at your notes and there is NOTHING WRITTEN DOWN! WHAT DO YOU DO?
Listen to this short episode to give you a launch point and hopefully take some of the stress away and you can sit down to a fun game.
e26 - Alignment, What is it Good For?
In this week's episode we tackle alignment in TTRPGs. Why is it there? What is it good for? And do you need to use it?
e25 - Zero to Hero, A Session Zero Guide
In this week's episode we find out what a Session Zero is and what questions you can ask your players to get the most out of it.
e24 - Tell Me What You Want - Mailbag
In this week's episode we answer a mailbag filled with questions. Including;
Learning a New System?
How to stop railroading?
Get players to tell you what they want?
How much do I prep in advance?
What goes into making a good big bad?
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A great help to anyone running a TTRPG
Whether you’re a DM or a GM, you’re going to get some great advice on how to make your game better here. Both hosts, and all the guests bring unique perspectives to running a game, and I’ve gotten a ton of great tips from every show, even those that focus mainly on systems I don’t currently use. Highly recommended for anyone who is running or wants to run a TTRPG regardless of their level of experience.