I'm very new to putting on the GM hat, though I've been a gamer for years, mostly playing various White Wolf games and some D&D. I and a few family members have decided we'd like to try a tabletop RPG of our own. As the most experienced with playing such things, I volunteered to GM. After some fairly lengthy research, I've decided on the Pathfinder system, and am planning to run the Anniversary Edition Rise of the Runelords path with my group starting in about six weeks. I've read through the first two books thus far, and am quite enjoying the story! I wonder, however...is there any advice some of you more experienced GMs and/or players might have for a new GM that wants to be sure her players have a good experience with the campaign?
Thanks so much for any tips you might have to offer!
This is not strictly just a Rise of the Runelords campaign (its the six book sod RotRL, four others from other AP's and much of my own stuff all together telling one story), but there is a wealth of information on this site, including lots of great images to show your players, and more is being added every day. Use the drop-down menus under the subcategory headings to navigate through. I hope it provides something useful as we continue on, and if there are any questions about the site, our campaign or your own, please don't hesitate to drop me a line.