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Author Topic: How to Increase activity without being a dictator  (Read 75 times)


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How to Increase activity without being a dictator
« on: September 01, 2021, 10:16:32 AM »
Hello all, I am new to the RPG world and just started a modern day geopolitical RPG game. Due to the nature of it, players have alot of freedom as far as the stories they tell for their nations. But activity on the Discord has been kind of slow and I want to increase it without taking away the freedom or coming across as a dictator. I recently posted a news story about a Volcanic eruption that would affect multiple nations and hopefully increase activity. Any other tips that can help me or other rookies to increase activity without being overbearing?