This is always the toughest night of the year for GMs. Many will have trouble sleeping, perhaps staying up past midnight hoping to catch a glimpse of the Spirit of GM's Day, sneaking into their dice bags, their games closets, their miniatures display cases. Wondering if their players will remember them, thank them, think of all the hard work they do throughout the year. Many GMs will dream tonight of the perfect scenario. They will have visions of their players cracking the code to a particularly tough puzzle. They'll imagine their BBEG rolling a crit at just the right moment to heighten the tension. Thank goodness and evilness for our GMs on the morrow.
March Fo(u)rth for GM's Day!
The revitalized original logo . . .
Is it okay to use the logo on my blog post for GM's day?
Everyone is welcome to use this logo. Have a great GM's Day!
Many thanks Mark.
Are we really going to have official holiday colors and a mascot or is that a personal preference thing. Or are we just going to let the traditions make themselves over the years?
Way back in 2002, it was a Saturday, and I asked...
It might be interesting to find out what traditions people have made for themselves with this holiday we created...
In my family, we try to make the time to play a game, either an RPG or a longish thematic boardgame but, since it is GM's day, the family lets me pick the game. Also, my wife has baked me a cake a time or two for the day. I may have got presents too a couple of years.