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Greetings wonderful ReaperMini Forumers, I need help to plan for this! A friend of mine is developing a table top RPG - we are in beta right now - and we have played a few games. Last game he asked if I would like to DM in a couple of weeks. I'm really excited but I never done it. Was hoping I could get some advice from some of you Master DM's about how to track, keep up with, and make an exciting game. I have a few ideas about a journey the hero's will take; something very "Monster Hunter" style with the end goal of helping a person/village/etc. Thank you in advance~ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ||//Helpful links related to this topic\\|| - Add after original post for reference. DM/GM Power What to do when your players are utter monsters devoid of sympathy? How to Be a Dungeon Master D&N Quick Tips - Video Five Ways to Be a Better D&D Player - Video
I recently had a negative experience with a D&D group I had been playing with for several years. As one campaign wound down, one of the players decided to start a new campaign for the rest of us. After a couple of sessions, it is becoming obvious that this DM’s idea of a good time is to prove repeatedly that they are smarter than the rest of us and more powerful than the PCs (duh.) A string of dead characters, really dead animal companions/familiars and broken magic items is making this campaign a real drag for me. I reflect back on some of the best (ie. most fun for me) campaigns in which I have been involved. They tend to be: 1) very little or no PC death, 2) not toooo tremendously mentally intensive, and 3) the feeling that the DM was setting up a good story for me to experience and was not actively working against me through game mechanics. My question is: What type of DM are you/do you enjoy and, if you DM, what motivates you to run a game ?