|Earl Gendron Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov|
I wonder if sanctioning the new modules will help? In theory, these offer a lot of the benefits of an AP with less time commitment. Although at this point I feel that all I can do is offer ideas and hope that they are useful.
I'm not through the thread but I noticed this question hadn't been answered on the same page it was asked...
No, for a small lodge sanctioning of modules causes more headache. If someone asks about scheduling it, you can, but then your other 2 GMs want to play in it, meaning you have no other tables for multiple sessions, your other players stagnate and loose interest, hurting the already small lodge. Or you force one of those other GMs to run, and they burn out faster because they really wanted to play that scenario.