So I'm still thinking about the less-is-more approach to setting design. (Or setting communication.) That is, telling us about the world via its gameables rather than through pseudonovelistic prose.
I built this quicky Why Did That Happen? table for a few places in my gameworld...
The idea is if I'm ever at a loss to explain some in-game event, or if I'm just building an adventure from scratch, I can roll to find the most common reasons (not all the reasons, obviously) stuff happens in those places.
If you built a d6 Why? table for the last city or settlement your PCs visited, what would it say?
Hi! So I'm completely new to the D&D world but I really want to play. None of my friends seem to have an interest in starting it with me but would be willing to try it out if I introduce it to them. Any suggestions to how I could get started and try to explain it to my friends? Thank you!
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