You have been a Game Master for a few sessions now, maybe even years, but you are getting negative feedback, bored players, uninterested gaming sessions and now you feel like hanging up your game master robes. We are here to show you why you shouldn’t!
In this video we look at where you can find players, but also what to look for when deciding on who should be part of your table or if you want to be part of theirs! We make use of our own platform: https://www.rpgtablefinder.com
We find out what kind of monster you would be as a game master, putting your skills and experience wrapped into a monster. From the Kobold, the Orc, the Drow, the Mind Flay or the fiery Dragon.
When, Why, the Negatives and the benefits there can be for ending your game. Sometimes the signs are there, the game has reached a point where the players are no longer invested, the story has run loops, but what now?
Being a good master of a tabletop game session is hard work. Any Dungeon Master / Game Master will explain that setting the setting, the tone and crafting a story that your players will love is not for the feint hearted.