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Tips for using sounds and effects in game and other questions


Beginner Box


Hi there.

Everything has been going well on the GMing front :D.

I was just toying with the idea of using sounds and effects in my games to try and create a bigger and better atmosphere I just wondered if anyone has got any tips for doing this, what sounds work best etc.

I have also been struggling in making sandpoint feel real to the players because at the minute I dont get the feeling that I have made it a worthwhile place to go and be and I know that it is a flaw on my part so I would really like to rectify the situation a bit. Im thinking using more NPC's might be good but im not really sure how I should go about doing this.

Any help on either of these topics would be fantastic!!!

TheHairyAvenger

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