Shining Moments from today’s session:

Shining Moments from today’s session:

Shining Moments from today’s session:

Dinosaur mating call attracting some tyrannosauri.

Turning back time to undue the Druid’s certain death.

The lesser diety of cheese; Lactose.

I will say that GMing DungeonWorld is very exhausting. After 4 hours I don’t think I could handle any more. Truly a mental workout.

A takeaway that I’ve been meaning to talk about:

Don’t plan anything. Ask a player “What about this world is so fantastically different from our own?” and follow it up with a question to give direction to where the adventure starts.

Whew, I need a nap. Thanks to Gabe Mahoney Josh McGraw Tim Franzke Ian Francis for a great game.

2 thoughts on “Shining Moments from today’s session:”

  1. Impressive improvisation, Pete French! Thanks for a great game. I really liked building the world through answering the questions you asked. And I liked how the various elements then played off each other organically. Lactose, the lesser god of Cheese, would have been a ridiculous element to insert into another game…but oddly enough his cheesy magnificence actually made sense today 🙂

  2. I think it was everyone else’s creativity that was great. I tried to do my best to avoid creating any lore myself. All i did was motivate and make moves. It is way more rewarding as a GM to spur players into creativity than to bore them with your own machinations.

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