Let's see? First played D&D back in the early 80's and continued until heading off to college in the early 90's. Where all my time was taken up with school and work. Then came all life's other events called family life. Yep, career, marriage, and kid. Not to long ago, you know we most everyone had a lot of spare time. Took that opportunity to start playing again, and selected a VTT. During a tutorial session, the beginnings of a group was formed. After playing for a couple months. Figured the best way to learn 5e was to wade right in by DM'ing a group. Been playing and DM'ing weekly, since. Well, as long as life does not interfere. That's about it. Anyone want to go exploring?
How about DM Style? That sounds better to me, and what it was called when I started playing Gygaian D&D back in the 80's. Would have to say my approach to DM'ing is a pretty much a "classic style" of narrating the exploration of your character's. Since, starting back DM'ing, have only run the pre-made book modules. However, I've modified the module's adventure to try and have something specialized that address each individual's character, and make it a unique experience. There is a fairly even mix of combat, exploration, and role-playing. There is something for everyone, and will make adjustments off the party's play style as needed. Now don't worry about those strange sounds in the background, sound effect, or the unusual voices coming from your speakers. Just making sure you are immersed in your character, participating in the exploration, and working with your companions to try and get through alive! Now, every experience level, style, and type of player is welcome.
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