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Finishing A Character’s Arc Properly

If we’re lucky, we’ll get the opportunity as DMs/GMs to complete our tabletop RPG campaigns. Whether it’s scheduling difficulties or life getting in the way, finishing long-term campaigns can be … Continue reading Finishing A Character’s Arc Properly

Helping Define Your Character’s Role Using Their Strengths

There are many ways to play stories. And virtually all of them have unique ways to define a character. But when it comes to harmonizing the players as a group, … Continue reading Helping Define Your Character’s Role Using Their Strengths

Feeling Comfortable As Your Character – For New Players

Whenever I’m speaking with someone who is just learning about playing stories for the first time, the topic of “talking” as their character invariably comes up. “Do I have to … Continue reading Feeling Comfortable As Your Character – For New Players

Balancing Character Backstories For The Perfect Tabletop RPG Party

When players are coming up with their characters’ backstories, oftentimes they’re not doing so together. So as the GM, when the players submit their characters’ various backstories, it becomes clear … Continue reading Balancing Character Backstories For The Perfect Tabletop RPG Party

Discovering The Players’ Priorities

When you sit down to start your next tabletop RPG campaign, you’re sitting at a fertile, nearly infinite sandbox of story. And every TTRPG story is different – its twists … Continue reading Discovering The Players’ Priorities