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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

How New Tabletop GMs Can Better Balance Different Play Styles

Every group of players at the table is unique. They each have their own wants, needs, goals, and play-styles. Balancing these factors can be a challenge, especially if the players’ … Continue reading How New Tabletop GMs Can Better Balance Different Play Styles

What To Do On Your Turn – Tabletop RPGs

Being a new player can sometimes be an intimidating experience. You’re often surrounded by folks who know exactly what to do when, where, how, and why. So when the GM … Continue reading What To Do On Your Turn – Tabletop RPGs

Designing Better Tabletop RPG Milestones

The characters in your tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) story are likely to encounter all sorts of obstacles and opportunities. Some are epic battles, others heartbreak, or maybe even summiting your … Continue reading Designing Better Tabletop RPG Milestones

Creating Paths for Natural Tabletop RPG Character Progression

If you’re a tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) story creator, you naturally invest quite a bit of time and energy into worldbuilding. Settings, characters, plot threads…a great deal of effort goes … Continue reading Creating Paths for Natural Tabletop RPG Character Progression