DM Feels Thread

>give players a really cool homebrewed magic item
>they never use it

wtf man

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I mean if there wasn't a situation where it's needed, I can't really blame the players for that. As I get more and more games in I feel that custom monsters and items are generally waste of time, as the players can generally overcome it unexpectedly. Therefore, random encounters and tables are much more useful, efficient, and fun.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >give players a badge that shows they are aiding for the Government in a investigation.
      >NPCs like to scam foreigners, but wont scam them if they work for the government.
      >2 minutes in they forget about it.
      >They get scammed by every single NPC.
      >I kept reminding in subtle ways that they have it.

      >mage a morally questionable BEBG.
      >Shes the hero in her own story and all that shit.
      >Party splits up cuz some agree with her some dont.
      >They all just go there separate ways and dont fight.
      >I think its actually cool of them to do that
      >They cry to me that there wasn't any combat in the game.
      >Same party next session discover that the BBEG is flawed.
      >They call me out for bad writing.

      >Our first session
      >3 lvl 2 PCs
      >They say they want something challenging.
      >Make a dungeon with one trap and one cube ooze.
      >It TPKs them because they all went to the dungeons bathroom to hide from it instead of killing it from range.
      >None of them had any good ranged options so before the fight they found an armory with +3 spears and bows.
      >They forgor they had them 2 minutes l8er when the ""Boss battle"" (agains a CR2 monster) started.
      >They cried to me how it isn't balanced.

      >Be me
      >Want to DM for this retard party again cuz its fun.
      >Shift my plans to be able to DM for them.
      >They all cancel and make fun of me.

      >Be me
      >DM at their place since they have the biggest table.
      >Im 1h late but they know Ill be late cuz I told them.
      >I arrive, nothing is set up.
      >The table isn't even clean
      >"Oh Anon we thought we would start playing when you come."
      >Well yeah now shit we start to PLAY when I, the DM, am here. We dont start to set up for the session once I arrive. You could at least clean the table.
      >They didn't even bring/prepare any snacks
      rude

      >Have limited time to play, want to do a quick oneshot, 3-4h
      >The players spend 3h fucking around in the tavern
      >All in all the session lasted almost 8h
      >It was fun they my other plans were ruined
      But they had fun so I guess its ok

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Your group does not respect you. Leave them.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Your players seem like shitheads, why even do it?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          honestly? Cuz I dont really have another group of irl friend who can do it often and idk how to find a new one. I tailored it to what all of us like. So it be hard to explain to some new people how everything works as we are all aware with how most things are as we just added cool stuff we liked. Im not even supposed to be the DM, the other guy wants to be the forever DM. But he has WrItTeRs BlOcK and cant do it

          Sounds like average teenagers.

          >limited time to play, want to do a quick oneshot, 3-4h
          >The players spend 3h fucking around in the tavern
          Should have started after the tavern.

          We are all at uni but they are mentally teens. I dont start in a tavern anymore because of this bullshit.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >>Have limited time to play, want to do a quick oneshot, 3-4h
        >>The players spend 3h fucking around in the tavern
        >>All in all the session lasted almost 8h
        >>It was fun they my other plans were ruined
        dude you have to respect your own boundaries, even more for people like them

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Sounds like average teenagers.

        >limited time to play, want to do a quick oneshot, 3-4h
        >The players spend 3h fucking around in the tavern
        Should have started after the tavern.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Faffing around for 3 hours in a tavern is honestly a lot of fun. I don't understand DMs who seethe over it

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You are acting like a doormat. Tell them to do one and find a cool online group

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >You are acting like a frogposter

          ftfy

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Players want to explore the world
    >Never pack up gear, never prepare for the journey and only go to places directed by an NPC or major events
    >Players want combat
    >Are absolutely horrible at combat and have zero teamwork
    >Players want to roleplay
    >Never say or do anything to push the plot along and just rely on rolling dice and exploiting magic to get things done
    I have given up on that group, if they don't know what they want or like other then trying to act badass all the time I have nothing to give them.

    Bonus round
    >Players are so brain rotted from D&D they need the GM to push the story along instead of the players making their own choices
    >Players who get mad at the GM when threatened with danger only to put themselves in even worse situations for the lols
    >When something is clearly bothering the players be it me as a GM or being caused by another player but they never speak up

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      > Players want to explore the world
      Give them 2 NPCs arguing over where to send them, a hint they may go the third or fourth direction on a quest tied to 2 or more characters' backstories or motivations (they have those, right?), and present them with a choice of where to go. Make them accidentally leave the safe path, get stranded and have to survive in the wilderness without the gear they've decided they don't need (if it's their decision)
      > Players want combat
      Give them combat. Make first encounter dumb cowardly goblins who flee if you kill their leader and a couple fellows, or wound them bad, make second one weak but not cakewalk, third one actual challenge, fourth one hard to win without teamwork.
      > Players want to roleplay
      Let them roleplay among themselves for flavour, let their roleplaying matter when they interact with NPCs.
      >Players are so brain rotted from D&D they need the GM to push the story along instead of the players making their own choices
      Advance the plot into the situation where they have to make a choice, turn that railroad into a railway network
      >Players who get mad at the GM when threatened with danger only to put themselves in even worse situations for the lols
      Wow. I play with a literal schizophrenic manchild, and even he doen't act like this. Anyway, make their actions have consequences. Long-term consequences.
      >When something is clearly bothering the players be it me as a GM or being caused by another player but they never speak up
      Ask them for feedback after every session. Above mentioned schizo always does when he runs the game, and it helps him improve sometimes. If players say nothing, it's on them.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Those kind of dorks are worse than Critical Role drama club kiddies, who at least have some idea of what they want(even if it's unrealistic).

      They beg for a "sandbox" and complain about railroading and then just sit around doing nothing in games. I've seen it so many times that I think "railroading" and "sandbox" are just verbal static that doesn't mean anything. Like girls who say they want a "nice guy" or boomers who say they miss the personalized service of the neighbor's corner store they went to as kids but beeline for the cheapest slop possible at Wal-Mart.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It can be fun to craft a sandbox setting for the fun of it though, even though the people you play with might never engage with it. Or at least that's how I've tried to start looking at things.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >players go in the most roundabout and longwinded way to gather information that is freely and publicly available
    It shouldn't have taken this long to find a businessman's address. The yellow papers do fucking exist for a reason.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    a) it wasn't all that cool
    b) they knew it was a trap

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You underestimate how stupid players are.
      On the flipside:

      https://i.imgur.com/LLDxezF.png

      >give players a really cool homebrewed magic item
      >they never use it

      wtf man

      >players think of creative solution you weren't prepared for
      >admit defeat
      >they all high-five each other
      Feels like being a proud parent.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >dm puts us up in this big foundry run by evil giants we have to find a way to destroy
        >thankfully they are partially distracted by a gith attack
        >get to a side room where some of the massive machinery that runs the foundry is located
        >gears are way too massive and moving too quickly to move
        >DM:"This might be a long session guys."
        >be playing an artificer with insane investigation and typically uses oversized weapons in tandem with the enlarge sppell
        >able to locate the most important gear in the machinery
        >too big and too solid to destroy
        >have spell storing item loaded with enlarge/reduce
        >one reduce and 1/8th the weight later the gear goes flying off its mount and the machines begin spinning themselves to pieces
        >DM: "...Okay guys, we may end early tonight."

        He was such a good sport about it too. Can't wait till he runs another game.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        How about a positive feels?
        >Reminisce about old homebrew campaign
        >Bring up a memorable roleplay moment
        >Player corrects me on an obscure element of my own worldbuilding
        It means so much to know that they actually cared about my setting.

        I live for the moments when my players surprise me. When they're really motivated to make the game their own, I know I've succeeded.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Players handle most of their own supporting NPCs
    >Players hand me well-thought out scenario ideas involving their character's backstories and the like
    >Players know the rules well enough I don't even have to set difficulties or rule on most of their rolls
    >Players are self-motivated so I only need to create the barest of event hooks
    >Players roleplay during combat and achieve their goals as much through intimidation and displays of battlefield honor as they do through good tactics and clever tricks
    >Game is so easy to make content for I can sve all my effort for playing it
    >tfw zen state of being arbiter to a largely autonomous system.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Then name the system!

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        GURPS. Though over the past few years the homebrew has piled up to the point we tend to half-jokingly call it un-GURPS.
        Not everyone's cup of tea, high buy-in, but once you understand it, and contrary to popular belief, it's unbelievably easy to GM.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I love how these tokens look. Definitely stealing the idea.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Here's the template png my man, go for it.
            The border breaks can be a bit of a pain in the ass, because of backgrounds or a lot of art cutting off just a tiny bit too much of something. That said it can be an interesting challenge to finagle. Rubedo's violet mist fade-out thing was only a last minute hackjob because the jacket in that art passed out of frame.
            Using Tools->Color->Transparency in google image search options is your best friend to find stuff that won't be a headache.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I know there's a few tools online to remove the backgrounds from images so I'll have a go at those first I reckon. Many thanks for the image and the advice!

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I've never much looked into those. Backgrounds aren't too bad, they're just not as piss easy as transparencies or the like, which involve maybe three select->Cut operations
                Really the whole process for backgrounds amounts to
                >Center the thing
                >Crop roughly the parts you want to overlap
                >Cut everything extraneous outside the border
                >Erase the relevant bits of the border.
                Sometimes you get something like the end of her spear here with the branches where it looks funky or jagged after you clear it. I've got a distortion effect for paint.net that just expands the current selection by one pixel at a time. I find that copying troublesome sections, rendering them entirely black or dark grey on a lower layer, and expanding them one or two pixels to outline stuff external to the border can work wonders for readability/jank reduction.
                Even fucking with the background manually, it's maybe a ten minute job usually.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Weird, that horrific border noise doesn't exist in my working copy. I keep forgetting shit goes wrong when I copypaste transparencies directly with Ganker X.
                ...and now I've accidentally overwritten it. Oh well, was an example case anyway.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They probably forgot about it. Players forget what their own abilities are. Especially when they're most useful.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Time to shine
    >Players never bother to read rules, neither to learn them
    >Players want me to apply rules only when it's beneficial to them, otherwise it's rulings time
    >Players interpret stuff as they want without telling me about it
    >Exhibit A of prev point: player thinking chaotic neutral is not about personal freedom but about doing whatever the fuck you want without thinking about consequences (major point was him planning to torture, kill and expose prisoner corpses and still thinking to be the good guy)
    >Exhibit B of prev point: players write their bg/personalities and the moment they realize they wrote boring personalities they change them midgame without telling me anything, with also taking them 2 years to finally tell me this
    >Players pretend solutions without giving them any or actively working towards them, then complain about what the NPCs "suggest" them
    >Players do not explore the world at all and expect to be spoonfed everything, to only complain when their lack of info bites them in the ass
    >Players expect the whole thing to be extremely passive, complain when I actively do not read their minds about their problems wih the game
    >Players metagame for hours, to then complain games are too slow and force me to run the game as fast as possible, causing multiple mental breakdowns
    Only positive point is that in 2 days I'm TPKing their sorry asses

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds like a miserable table, bad players, and a worse GM.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have given every group I have ever DM'd an Alchemy Jug within the first 3 sessions and they always have so much goddamn fun with it.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >give players a really shitty homebrewed magic item
    >they use it

    wtf man

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's not as funny the second time.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Be a new player in short lvl2 DnD5e campaign
      >Make a ranger cuz haha meme shit class
      >Gives me a revolver that has very limited ammo, does 2d6 damage and is all in all expensive to use.
      >Unknowingly pick the goodberry spell cuz cool 1hp heal
      >Also IM the medic of the group but I dont to too much healing
      >DM makes us use most of out money form quests on traveling stuff like food and shit.
      >Since Im the ranger Im their guide.
      >I dont spend any money on that stuff and all in all im just very good with my finances
      >Because of the goodberry spell I dont need food or healing
      >Spend all my money on more ammo.
      >When in battle let other players shine
      >Final battel comes
      >Use my revolvers.
      >Decimate DMs evil forces
      >Let my party do the rest of the work I only shoot from afar and when someone gets close I move two steps, reload and blast them to hell.
      >DM gets mad after the battle
      >Turns out I did half of all party damage
      >Only had 18 shots in total
      >DMs mad

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ranger is very strong in 5e if you actually use the traveling rules.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >create a daemonic book that gives the reader whatever knowledge if he manages a willpower test
    >create a massive d100 table to roll randomly for the knowledge
    >first campaign they simply destroy it
    >second campaign the one being interested fails his roll
    I will shove this book into every WFRP campaign I run and some day someone will use it!

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >WFRP
      No wonder they destroyed it.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Locking information behind success
      I would simply not do this.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >WFRP
      >Daemonic book
      did you really expect them not too get rid of the book that will 100% murderrape their souls by just being in it's proximity?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        My scholar who was taught Lore (Chaos) and Language (Dark Tongue) in one of Altdorf's secret societies wouldn't mind.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Unluckily I play with a bunch of unco-operative edgelords.
    >Players hide their abilities from each other.
    >Refuse to plan anything together as that would mean revealing their abilities.
    >Refuse to even discribe their characters appearance to each, responding to questions about each other, like "What weapons is Bob carrying?" with "None of your business".
    >Spend most of the game trying to surprise and wow each other with their 'secret ability or skill', ignoring what is actually going on around them, plot hooks, NPCs or combat.
    >They then wonder why they tend to lose most combats, with most of them dying to even simple opponents, before rolling up yet another character with secret skills.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Give players literally hours of my time and effort
    >Give them adventures with varied monsters, traps and treasure
    >try to work with them as much as possible to include their characters backstory in the plot of the campaign
    >Get called a bad DM anyway because they aren't handed every fight on a plate

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      give them easier fights.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >be player to GM
    >GM informs us of us going to inhospitable area of the world, with severe environmental dangers to our survival if unprepared being the underlying hint
    >GM sincerely shocked we took basic precautions and bought adequate gear for the place
    >GM shows us puzzles to complete in a series of situations to progress
    >GM is again shocked we actually do test out the traps and try to spot the patterns in the puzzles to minimize damage to ourselves in 4 out of the 5 party members
    >GM shows combat scenarios
    >GM unsurprisingly surprised we actually use stuff like incapacitation on flying creatures and more and have effective spell usage to control the environment

    I do not understand, why do some of you think Players are mouth breathers? We may make bad jokes but quite frankly it feels like I'm being cheered on by a kindergarten teacher for coloring inside the lines when I always have been, I just haven't metagamed the spell lists, monster manual or what the GM's been playing on steam for the last week that served as the inspiration since I play as a limited knowledge guy.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I do not understand, why do some of you think Players are mouth breathers?
      Because the majority are mouth breathers. All my years of STing, less than 10 players were actually cooperative players who thought through all their actions before doing things.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      As a GM I know where you're coming from. I master mostly shorter campaigns on a public discord server, so I have frequently changing players. Every now and then I encounter players that compete tasks ahead of schedule, easily solve the puzzles, actually use the tactical options the system offers in combat and generally take the initiative. Those are the greatest players ever.
      Unfortunately 9 out of 10 players are unable to take initiative, don't know the rules and go bluescreen mode whenever I even hint a puzzle that's more complex than a key fetch quest. If I don't include at least one or two mouth breather routes in my adventures the majority won't go anywhere.
      To further complicate things any player, no matter how good they appear at first, can turn into an absolute brainlet, without warning. My solution is to include the juicy stuff as optional content that can be discovered or implement modular elements once I realize that the PCs can handle them.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    One player in my group has the only magic sword. He argued like fuck to get it, pissing off the cleric who really wanted it.

    >He cannot wield it
    >He hasn't swung it in three sessions

    I genuinely don't know whether to just quietly give the cleric it at this point.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Homebrew requires a lot of salesmanship to get people to buy into it. Otherwise they'll go with what they want and not care about it.

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >give players a really cool homebrewed magic item
    It may be cool but is it useful? Bet you didn't thought of that, gay
    If it was or the situation deserve it they woul

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Elves in my setting are stone-age primitives who worship forest spirits after an apocalypse erased all of their ancient civilization and destroyed their pantheon
    >Heavily based on celtic pre-roman britannia
    >Two players are playing elves, but their characters do not follow the setting's depiction at all
    >One worships setting's greek-like gods, has a greek name, looks like a greek hoplite
    >Other is a noble who dresses and acts like a proper renaissance noble, doesn't have a well-defined character personality at all
    >Not really a huge grind, don't expect players to care about my worldbuilding all that much anyway
    >Get new player
    >He's never played TTRPGs before
    >Tells me he wants to play an elf
    >Great, here comes round 3
    >Actually leans into it
    >Actually acts like a celtic barbarian
    >Aforementioned Greek-Elf, when meeting him, drops "Thank the gods" in the conversation
    >He cuts her off, saying "You forget your blood, sister. Our gods are dead."

    Times when your players actually played into your setting's lore and it felt good? Fast becoming my favorite player.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Times when your players actually played into your setting's lore and it felt good? Fast becoming my favorite player.
      My group is coming up on three years in, having just started a new campaign in the fourth distinct historical era of our setting, and they're all insanely invested. Some of them built these nations as their old characters; they fucking care.

      It's possible.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Playing Nechronica
      >players are a bunch of army dolls fighting on the side of humanity during The End; they're all members of the U.S. Army or National Guard
      >one player just makes up the concept of 'meal replacement needles' out of whole cloth
      >basically care package add-ons for undead, you pop one and it feels like you're eating a hot meal. Higher quality ones can last multiple courses.
      >"That's pretty cool tbh. Sure. That's a thing now."
      >It's pretty inconsequential to the game overall, but does feed into a couple surreal interactions of characters bartering different flavors of needle
      >while the characters are walking through literal Hell, one of them gets a mouthful of dessert
      The whole thing was very silly but it's always fun having him as a player because of how into it he can get.
      Now that a think of it, I really need to finish fleshing out the prequel game for that one like I told him I would.

  18. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >player keeps laughing at and riffing on my narration or what an NPC says like he's watching a bad movie

  19. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Be LG Holy Paladin of Torm
    >DM gives a staff covered in spiders that shoots webs, summons evil spiders, poisons shit and spoils food
    >whines because I destroyed this clearly evil item.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I mean, if the summoned spiders were explicitly 'evil' then yeah, destroying it seems like a thing a paladin would do.

  20. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >give a player everything he DEMANDS (not asks)
    >he gets his cool magic sword that is especially good at killing vampires
    >allow him to play special snowflake class that i dont like and dont want in my games
    >give him his family and extended family of people who are the same class and higher level to be his allies
    >player bitches about it because he didnt get it the way he wanted

    my dude, you sent 40 vampire hunters who were levels 6-10 to go fight strahd ahead of time. fuck you. fuck you and die alone and on fire. i KNOW you just wanted a huge number of NPCs to do whatever you told them to, and to soften up Strahd for you. fuck you, that shit wasnt cool and you're a massive baby.

    >magic sword
    your gay edgelord ass named it "night breaker" really original. you're a piece of shit without a single original idea, you add nothing to the world around you. your girlfriend is with you because you called her once a day for 8 years and she finally gave up.

    also if you stopped throwing a tantrum for FIVE FUCKING SECONDS you would have probably realized that the reason you heard your dad's voice when you used the sword was because he wasnt dead but instead you just threw a tantrum because you heard from an unreliable source that your father was dead. god i hate you Dan. you are the worst person i know in every way.

  21. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >first session of a mecha-fantasy campaign
    >players stumble across a legendary ancient mech
    >party is an ancient robot, a career driver and mechanic, a historian, and a techno-empath
    >it takes me all but explicitly leaning on them to get one of them in the cockpit somehow
    ???????

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe they just assumed that it being ancient meant it wasn't functioning.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It was glowing.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          An easily missed detail assuming it was just theater of the mind.

          But you got them in the chair in the end so whatever you did worked.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The players want to get it to believe in itself enough to not need a pilot. I can't help but love them.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Get in the fucking robot, Shinji!

  22. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >player
    >2 of the party wandered off on their own and died
    >only hear about it after the fact, no information
    >get sent on same quest to climb snowy mountain
    >given scrolls of warmth
    >scrolls scare away frost sprites
    >get to cave
    >find dead party members
    >frost sprites surround us and turn into frost wraiths
    >wraiths start kicking our asses
    >grab portal ring off dead party member and barely get out alive
    >realize months later we were meant to use the warmth scrolls to scare away the frost wraiths

    Am I an idiot for not figuring that out sooner?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yes.

  23. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My players constantly bitch for new items while completely forgetting (!) old ones in their inventory.
    Last session they needed something but one of the players had forgotten what he had so I ruled he lost his while inventory. People were shocked. No more Mr Nice GM. This shit has crossed all reasonable lines. I am tired of babysiting my players inventory and skills. Jesus Christ, we play roll under stat system! It is DEAD SIMPLE. You don't even have to add +1 to a roll. Just remember what you fuckings have in your inventory! Man am I pissed! And don't get me started on special abilities.

    Any of you guys having such a problem with players? I don't want to be funkiller but as a GM it is not my job to manage players characters.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Nah. Most of my players are equally as autistic as I am, and do shit like handle whole ass self-invented settlement building subsystems I didn't even ask for.
      If you're playing in person, make 'em some item cards. If you're not, I just keep shit in a google spreadsheet pinned in the game chart. I need it for myself anyway.

  24. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >had shit GM
    >players did everything in their power to try to not die, and still get targetted and killed if they were doing everything right
    >would consisently not matter in the grand scheme of things ot the point where NPCs wouldn't acknowledge us, or never liked talking to us. Even a lowly beggar had more honor than we did according to the DM.
    >fuck this, game died, I started running with some new players but mostly players form other group.
    >try to put my best foot forward, reconciling, being nice, and otherwise trying to make sure my players had fun
    >get stomped all over and basically ignored, and when I let them know, I "ruined the campaign" for them."
    >Have to keep them leashed by a NPC at all times, otherwise they will literally begin murderhoboing and not care about my fun nor what I wanted to run.

    We are completely amicable about what I wanted to run, and we communicate a lot, but then when it comes ot the actual game, no one wants to listen to me, or consider if I am having fun running this murder simulator for them.

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Dark Heresy campaign
    >PC's meet a cult member who's been captured
    >I finally get a chance to hint at some of the Cult's motives when they interrogate him
    >They constantly interrupt everything he says with sassy quips

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Marvel humor and its influence will be the death of me.

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