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Author Topic: Crazy Gibberish Live  (Read 57 times)

Kyle Aaron

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Crazy Gibberish Live
« on: November 18, 2020, 07:57:25 pm »
Our own Dungeondelver does a regular livestream talking about old school gaming, it may interest some people. Today he had me as a guest, you guys can put a face to the nonsense posted here. It's on FB, but we use the tools we have. See here.
Rules for effective DMing:
1. Bring snacks.
2. The dice are always right.
3. I master the game, the game does not master me.
4. Momentum over perfection.
5. The game must go on!

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Re: Crazy Gibberish Live
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2020, 08:46:41 pm »
This week's episode: the dice are always right!

Rules for effective DMing:
1. Bring snacks.
2. The dice are always right.
3. I master the game, the game does not master me.
4. Momentum over perfection.
5. The game must go on!