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I just finished running book two and I've got some good ideas regarding book three. I wanted to run them by you guys(and girls) to see what you thought.
I've never been much for voices but I know that this book is full of NPC's so I decided to print out a picture for each of them, full color glossy, so I can put them on the outside of my GM screen when they begin to talk to that NPC. I might not do much with voices but I'll change the tone, making it softer for females, arrogant for the educated or more home-spun for the common man. It's not much but I'm hoping it'll work.
This is where my question comes from:
What I need to concentrate on is having little notes available for each NPC, fearing that the players will ask a question and I'll give the wrong answers. I'll have to write down if they were at the lodge when the Whispering Way came through, what their motivations are or their attitudes towards the party.
Is this how you guys do it or am I just getting old and prone to forgetting too easily?