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  1. #11
    Nice, this might come in handy.
    I'll be playing with new players so they might not (know they should) take notes.

    However I think that it will be more fun if they do.
    How is this handled normally? One player is designated to take notes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemio View Post
    Nice, this might come in handy.
    I'll be playing with new players so they might not (know they should) take notes.

    However I think that it will be more fun if they do.
    How is this handled normally? One player is designated to take notes?
    If they are new players, as a dm I might say something like ' it is a good idea to take notes on the people you speak to, places you are going, or things you are asked to do' and then it actually has the potential to get the players to start talking together if they want just one person to do it( ie starts the process of their collaboration)

    Alternatively if these are new players who will never ever play again I might not even say that much and just remind them of names/places/quests as needed since they aren't that invested and no need to make them feel like some aspect is a chore

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    Quote Originally Posted by fba827 View Post
    If they are new players, as a dm I might say something like ' it is a good idea to take notes on the people you speak to, places you are going, or things you are asked to do' and then it actually has the potential to get the players to start talking together if they want just one person to do it( ie starts the process of their collaboration)

    Alternatively if these are new players who will never ever play again I might not even say that much and just remind them of names/places/quests as needed since they aren't that invested and no need to make them feel like some aspect is a chore
    Well, I hope they will want to play again and finish the Starter Set adventure
    I'll start with what you said. Saying it might be a good idea to take notes.
    If they all seem to think this isn't fun then I'll just remind them when needed.

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    It seems I can't download the file. Is it still avaiable somewhere?

  5. #15
    Neat idea. I'm afraid the cards still have the same errors, only in slightly different places. Gundren appears as Gunden and Hallwinter appears as Highwinter.

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    Great cards, Remathilis! I found them thru Mark CMG's blog post.

    We really like using your cards. They really add another layer of fun to the many quests of this sandbox-y module.

    Here's a pic of one in action. In the background is Mirna and her children having been liberated by the PCs.

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    Glad they liked it!

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