Has anyone, as a DM, called their more quiet players out during mundane task to eek out roleplay? Like, when one party member is talking to an NPC do you ask what the others are doing in the meantime? I think its a good strategy to get the NPC to react more organically to the party and have more player engagement in the more mundane tasks. For example, one party member is talking to a quest-giving NPC when you ask the wizard "What are you doing" and they say "petting my owl familiar." Now, the NPC goes "Hm? an' a mystical bird, eh? ooh, methinks 'e gots a good eye for scoutin' from above at nighttime. Perfect! 'e'll have 'im on watch!" and maybe the player goes "I don't trust you with my pet why don't we do this: (explains an alternate strategy)." Now the player has been engaged where they probably wouldn't be and they were doing something besides stare at the wall (or their phones!) because they didn't think they had anything to contribute. What do you think?