When you’ve played tabletop RPGs for long enough, you see your fair share of problems at the gaming table. Arguing over rules. Feelings getting hurt. Failed expectations. No one brought pizza for the GM. These problems arise when people’s expectations don’t get met. There are many different kinds of gamers. Some people like to focus… Continue reading Your tabletop RPG group needs a Gaming Charter. Here is how to do it.
Having a process for adding a new person to our group helps make sure we’re adding people who will make our gaming sessions better!
It has been more than I decade since I used paper notes—everything is on the wiki now—but my system is pretty sound. I hope that you find this useful. Requirements: Manilla folders, stapler, paper clips, writing utensils, post-it notes, loose unruled paper. Generally: If there are multiple note papers on a topic, they are paper-clipped… Continue reading Tracking RPG Campaigns on Paper—My System