D&D Tips, Tricks n' Hooks

D&D tips, tricks n hooks #006 | Keep your descriptions detailed, but short
#006 | Keep your descriptions detailed, but short

"D&D is a shared fantasy between the players and you, which means that the closer everyone is to imagining the same game, the more accurate and more fun the game is. Lots of juicy details from the DM help everyone imagine the same thing, but don’t go on and on, especially during combat when speed is key. An example of not enough detail could be…"

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D&D tips, tricks n hooks #005 | Describing your character's surroundings
#005 | Describing your character's surroundings

"Telling your players what their characters see around them is the bulk of what a DM does, but don’t forget to explain what their other senses are picking up as well. While you’re explaining the look of the buildings in the city that they just entered, maybe tell them how the city smells..."

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D&D tips, tricks n hooks #004 - figure out what everyone wants out of the game
#004 | Figure out what everyone wants out of the game

"Some players want more roleplay. Some want more combat. Figure out a balance that will satisfy all players and then run a Session Zero or a Pilot Episode..."

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