I just test ran the first Chapter of my MG campaign with a single player and it was a lot of fun! Unfortunately the player wanted to capture a Snake without using any violence. Ended up being a noticably frustrating conflict for him but I'm hoping that will be alleviated with a larger group of players.

This is the flowchart for my first ever mission as a GM. What have I done..? 😬

I am so tempted to just turn my Mouse Guard campaign into a huge Pokémon adventure with the guard mice running around on a mission to catch all of the other animals out there to bolster their army.

Yes, an NPC in my Mouse Guard game is named Prosecutor Hedgeworth. This ought to elicit a few chuckles around the table at worst!

Hooray hooray! Now all I need to do is read that tiny (heh) book and convince some friends that this'll be great fun 😅


Oh man, just found this and holy moly I imagine it will be useful for RPG sessions. Selecting OST music is one thing, but this provides contextual controls as well. What a treat!

As a GM, is buying a printer in order to print out character sheets and other helpful materials worth it?

Hello everyone! I've just gotten into table top RPGs by watching various shows over at Geek and Sundry and am hoping to learn how to GM for my group of friends in the coming months 😊​

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