Describe your last rpg session in 5 words


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Ath-kethin

Elder Thing
More HeroQuest, but DCC soon!

(My new group consists of my 8yo, my 8yo's classmate, the classmates father, and someone I met in apprenticeship classes. My 8yo is an old hand at TTRPGs, as is the person I met in my classes, but my kids friend and her father are brand new to playing.

I've long found HeroQuest to be a great introduction to RPGs, especially for smaller kids. But we are all looking forward to making the jump to DCC once my kid's friend and her dad have settled in a bit!)
 















Piratecat

Sesquipedalian
Playtested a new adventure. Success!

Apparently, I'm unable to write publishable adventures unless I actually run them first, before I put even a single word on paper. Writing AFTER I run them is easy; writing BEFORE I run them is a horrible grind full of second-guessing and paralysis. Glad it only took me 21 years to figure out my process. :D
 


AcererakTriple6

Autistic DM (he/him)
Apparently, I'm unable to write publishable adventures unless I actually run them first, before I put even a single word on paper. Writing AFTER I run them is easy; writing BEFORE I run them is a horrible grind full of second-guessing and paralysis. Glad it only took me 21 years to figure out my process. :D
You know, I just discovered exactly that about myself, too. For some reason, I can't motivate myself to write a full adventure without having run it first. But, now, I'm writing an adventure to publish that I've already ran a party through, and for some reason, it's a lot easier. Weird how the brain works, right?
 
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