Whats up everyone? My path to becoming a DM isn't really a new or interesting one. I was the only one with DnD experience and my friends all wanted to play it so it fell to me. I ended up really enjoying it and I became the designated story teller for the group. As with life in general, and especially with table top games, its gotten harder and harder to get 6 or 7 adults to be able to agree to a schedule, so I began introducing new people to the game. I think there's something awesome about new and inexperienced players figuring out all the cool things they can do. I look forward to being able to teach and guide new players. introducing them to a community that's given me so much.
Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses, a couple of my strengths are creating and telling interesting stories, as well as allowing the characters to drive it forward. One of my weaknesses is espionage and intrigue, I tend to make those situations a bit more difficult than they should be on accident. I typically let the rule of cool govern what you can do, as long as it's within the realms of possibility and doesn't break the game.
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