D&D General What do you like to do in playing D&D

What Do You Like To DO In D&D

  • Exploring dungeons.

    Votes: 62 76.5%
  • Fighting Monsters.

    Votes: 60 74.1%
  • Avoiding or Disarming Traps.

    Votes: 27 33.3%
  • Finding monetary loot.

    Votes: 28 34.6%
  • Finding magical/gear loot.

    Votes: 57 70.4%
  • Exploring the wilderness/hexcrawling.

    Votes: 41 50.6%
  • Travel other than hexcrawling.

    Votes: 29 35.8%
  • Shopping for supplies/gear.

    Votes: 14 17.3%
  • Hobnobbing with important NPCs.

    Votes: 43 53.1%
  • Running a business.

    Votes: 11 13.6%
  • Carving out a kingdom.

    Votes: 27 33.3%
  • Researching/inventing spells or powers.

    Votes: 24 29.6%
  • Gaining rank in setting organizations.

    Votes: 26 32.1%
  • Building a fortress/guildhall/temple/tower/whatever.

    Votes: 40 49.4%
  • Managing a domain/nation building.

    Votes: 20 24.7%
  • Monster hunting (as sport).

    Votes: 16 19.8%
  • Item/gear Crafting (including collecting components).

    Votes: 18 22.2%
  • Romance/marriage.

    Votes: 17 21.0%
  • Building a legacy.

    Votes: 28 34.6%
  • Planar travel or other far out adventuring.

    Votes: 38 46.9%
  • Seeking immortality.

    Votes: 20 24.7%
  • Founding a specific organization (starting a religion, etc).

    Votes: 17 21.0%
  • Political Intrigue

    Votes: 42 51.9%
  • Solving Mysteries

    Votes: 45 55.6%
  • Discovering the strange, novel and/or fantastical

    Votes: 46 56.8%

Lanefan

Victoria Rules
One thing rather glaringly missing from the poll options is any version of "Interact with other PCs", though the "Romance" option might vaguely touch one element of such.

Things like "In-character discussions-debates-chat between PCs", "Deceiving other PCs", and similar would have got votes from me had they been listed.
 

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overgeeked

B/X Known World
Huh. I voted for two of those, out of the maybe ten things I selected.

In-character romance-marriage-rivalry-jealousy-etc. can be lots of fun; and shopping is often the only way to get useful gear if-when the adventures aren't that forthcoming.
Shopping is so boring to me I have the players give me lists of what they want and mark what they find and don’t between sessions. And the further from a daring sim I can keep my games the better.
 


Sulicius

Adventurer
I’m still missing getting into silly situations, meaningful role play with other players and stacking dice while it’s not my turn.
 


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