Everyone runs their game differently, and I don't mean to even try and tell you this is the way to be a game master/DM/whatever term you use for the person who runs the game here.
I love podcasts.
There have been a lot of really great superhero RPGs in the history of the genre.
Perhaps you're looking to take your Dungeons and Dragons game to a face-to-face format.
Guys, one tough thing about being a Game Master is, you constantly need new things to throw at your players.
This Saturday on the official Blizzard Watch Twitch channel at 2:30 PM Central time, our intrepid band of adventurers will once again sally forth into the mysterious jungles of the island of -- well, so far exploding volcano lairs, giant magma dragons, angry kobolds riding on giant monsters, and crashing airships.
In previous articles, we have covered a bunch of beginner Dungeons and Dragons concepts -- how to be a dungeon master, how to turn your favorite books into Dungeons and Dragons campaigns, and how to play Dungeons and Dragons online.
If you're playing Dungeons and Dragons or just like reading the books -- and there's no shame in that, I'm a huge fan of way more RPGs than I've actually gotten to play -- you may be wondering what Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus, the latest D&D adventure, is all about.
So you're running a D&D game, and you're not sure what you want to do.
Yesterday, within two hours, I saw articles talking about a Battlestar Galactica reboot and then this tweet from Variety claiming that the CEO of Sony Pictures, Tony Vinciquerra, told them he knows famous people who want to redo the Princess Bride.