Brewer's GM Guide to Campaign Design


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I started a new guide: a GM Guide to Campaign Design.

Here's the link: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5kvBvq2DEHjLUs1bHB2UERIcnc/edit

Let me know if anyone has any suggestions or improvements.


Dot!


I enjoyed this. It was a very good read. Thanks for the interesting take on GMing. I felt it was understandable and made sense from both the perspective of player and GM.


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Drat. I've come home to find I can't view it from home, all I see is a blank document. And what I skimmed during class looked fantastic too. WELP. Guess I'm waiting until monday.


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Grand Lodge

Dot.


Great stuff, I didn't want it to end!

I think all DM's should read that through every few weeks or so as a reminder of what they should be doing..


Dot. Can't see it from my phone. I'll have to wait.


Nice. Looking forward to a good read. ( Aka dotted)


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Silver Crusade

Well put.

Grand Lodge

Great read.

Scarab Sages

Hmmm. Can't read from my phone. Oh well, I'll read when I get home.

Grand Lodge

I had to download it to read it, i couldn't see it on google docs.


Very well done. A lot of the advice seems obvious when you read it, yet, is still extremely easy to forget. Thanks for posting!

Sovereign Court

Good stuff in there. Well done!


Well written and well said. I already try to follow the "say it simply" advice but I don't think I've ever consciously thought about Tenor before. That's actually a good title for this: "Conscious GMing"


Finally had a chance to give this a read. Thank you! I'll definately give my notes a run over again with this guide on hand. :)

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