#9 | Grapple is Attacker's Athletics vs the target's Athletics OR Acrobatics

July 31, 2019

D&D Tips n Tricks #9 | Grapple is Attacker's Athletics vs the target's Athletics

Don't be afraid to take a minute for yourself. I feel like too many DMs feel like they have to be constantly pushing forward, sometimes you just need to take a moment to really consider your next move. Drink water. Don't get discouraged, no one starts great. The best DMs learn from their mistakes. Even after all the time I have spent DMing, I am still learning new ways to improve myself.

 

Tip created by: u/Saelune 

 

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