Joel’s new DMing 101
In DMing 101 I’ll be giving generalized advice on how to run a tabletop role-playing game. The articles will not presume any knowledge, except being able to read. And maybe knowing what dice are. And paper. And a computer. Maybe some other stuff. I’ll also presume that you can remember that DM means Dungeon Master. Some people call it a Game Master or GM, but I don’t. Suck it up.
There are a few quick start guides on how to DM out there, but DMing 101 will offer a fairly easy set of tips that a novice can follow to make his/her games something truly memorable.
What You’ll Need
There is a wealth of material out there for you to use in game, but frankly there’s very little that you actually need. There is a reason why traditional role-play games are generally referred to as Pen and Paper, because…
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