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How happy are you with your table/group?

How happy are you with your table/group?

  • Very satisfied

    Votes: 31 45.6%
  • Satisfied

    Votes: 22 32.4%
  • Somewhat satisfied

    Votes: 7 10.3%
  • Neutral

    Votes: 3 4.4%
  • Somewhat unsatisfied

    Votes: 4 5.9%
  • Unsatisfied

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Very unsatisfied

    Votes: 0 0.0%

This is the second in of a number of polls gauging the overall temperature of the community, and how well they are enjoying the games they play.

This question is just about how happy you are with the group you play with at your table, the group you play with regularly, either in-person or virtually. The poll is anonymous and generic, so don't worry about what other folks think. There is no to need elaborate any further in the comments unless you want to.

Clarification 1: This question is about how "in sync" you feel with everyone playing at the table, and how well invested everyone is in the game. Are you all feeling on the same page about what you are playing and are you generally enjoying your time together gaming? Do you feel included? Do your character actions matter? Is the focus of the group the act of tabletop roleplaying, or is the game a secondary or even tertiary activity?

Clarification 2: If you just recently switched to a new group or currently are not in a group, please rate your previous group. If you feel comfortable, feel free to elaborate on why you switched or left.

Clarification 3: If you participate in multiple groups, please rate the group you are least satisfied with.

Clarification 4: This is about how well you personally enjoy the group, not what your overall group thinks. If you think everyone else at your table is "satisfied" but you personally are "unsatisfied" please vote unsatisfied! Again, the poll is anonymous.

If you have a more complicated take you want to elaborate on, feel free to comment below!
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I like the guys in my group. We've been playing for about 8 years now. Sometimes the pace of the game gets slow, and one player spends way too much time roleplaying (IMO), which takes away from combat and exploration.


B/X Known World
Long-time D&D group. Includes family, friends, and some of our kids.

Satisfied. There’s an obvious generation gap in styles. The older players just get on with their turn while the younger ones try to meticulously describe all their actions, no matter how irrelevant. It’s almost like they take the idea of “spotlight time” too literally and try to strike a pose with every action. Most of us are laid-back casual players but one older player is a hardcore min-max power gaming munchkin.

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