Game Master Is Not A Player

Of course the game master is considered a player in a traditional tabletop role-playing game. They just have a different role with different duties and responsibilities. 

Seriously, being the game master is no joke. You schedule games, maintain order at the table, paint the picture, become well-versed in the rules, create or present the setting. Some may even say that maybe they’re not the same as a player.

Random Encounter

Paris, aka Pure Mongrel, calls in about professional game mastering.

EFP leaves a voicemail on cursed items

DM Cojo phones one in

Die Roll

  • Craig, who wrote in last week about play by play of rpg’s has his own Youtube 
  • Token Stamp
  • DCC Humble Bundle, supports Red Cross, thanks Larry! Wraps up in 20 days from recording
  • Living Atlas, for some real-life data or interesting maps. Thanks Vece
  • Flames of Freedom, Grim & Perilous powered by Zweihander, kickstarter until Nov 4th, 2020

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The 'S' of Gaming and BS podcast. Besides producing and hosting the show, Sean enjoys long walks on the beach, running rpg's, and killing player...characters.