Sometimes it’s difficult to get the players to match your investment in a new campaign or world, but it’s not impossible. Here’s a few tips that will get them chomping at the bit before you ever even sit down to play!
Having a few notes for session zero can prevent this from happening
An actor, a storyteller, and a hack n slasher walk into a bar. What happens next?
So you and your friends have just purchased a brand new roleplaying game sourcebook, everyone is excited to begin exploring a fresh new world with bold new characters, but somehow you have been saddled with the responsibility of being the Game Master. Maybe you're like me, and you absolutely adore being in the hot seat, or maybe this is your first time. I'm here to tell you that even though it is a daunting task, it is not impossible. If you keep a few things in mind throughout your time behind the screen, I promise you and your friends are more likely to have a great time.
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