I said, “we’re gonna play a DCC funnel today, here’s a pile of character sheets, grab six.” I sai d, “we’re playing Goblin Quest today” etc. Same way I’m gonna do it next time, “we’re gonna play Vasen today.” Nobody else wants to run the game, so they play the game I run. My interest in other games is mostly to inform the D&D game, try out other rules and style that could be imported to the D&D, so I haven’t Shanghied anyone into a months long adventure they don’t want. Group also plays a wide assortment of board games together. We like to play together and no one is super attached to HOW THINGS HAVE TO BE. I dunno, it’s alway weird to me to hear of people unable to do anything but D&D. In the realm of TTRPGs, it‘s all D&D with different rules and settings…meaning build an imaginative adventure together.