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The Shaman

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How does your group keep up with all the NPCs?
The adventure logs help them to keep track of who they've met and in what context.

One of the things I've enjoyed very much about running this game is how much the players and their characters interact with the npcs. The adventurers turn to the npcs they've met for help and invite them to participate in their schemes; they've surprised me a few times when they will seek out an npc to help with a particular problem, or the lengths they will go to in order to build or maintain a relationship with an npc. It's both gratifying and fun - clearly they like the npcs they've met, and they treat them accordingly.
 




Gundark

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The adventure logs help them to keep track of who they've met and in what context.

One of the things I've enjoyed very much about running this game is how much the players and their characters interact with the npcs. The adventurers turn to the npcs they've met for help and invite them to participate in their schemes; they've surprised me a few times when they will seek out an npc to help with a particular problem, or the lengths they will go to in order to build or maintain a relationship with an npc. It's both gratifying and fun - clearly they like the npcs they've met, and they treat them accordingly.

It's nice to have a group that will read that stuff. I have an OP wiki as well and have put bunch of info into it, [mind you no where the detail you have] and I don't think anyone in my group has even looked at it.
 

The Shaman

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It's nice to have a group that will read that stuff. I have an OP wiki as well and have put bunch of info into it, [mind you no where the detail you have] and I don't think anyone in my group has even looked at it.
Each time I post an adventure log I shoot out a link to the players and ask them to proof it for me, in case I forgot something important, and then before we play I remind them to take a quick peek at it again to refresh their memory on where we were - this saves time on those days we actually get to play.

I've been pretty fortunate that they're good about checking my work and using it as a refresher.
 



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