Just curious about something as a brand new GM to Dungeon World with four sessions under his belt with his party. Lately, my players have taken to using the Discern Realities roll which I’m like “awesome! They get to ask me questions!” I typically respond with cryptic answers, never straightforwardly, especially to the question “What’s about to happen?” And I try to think from the perspective of the characters and think “okay, they see x on the horizon, or in their field of view, and that can’t mean anything good.” A recent example is they asked me what was about to happen and I told them they see black, skeletal things with weapons coming for them in a phalanx formation in answer to “What’s about to happen?” The issue is that this seems to be annoying my players xD. Am I doing something wrong, or am I instead doing something really right? And if I am doing something wrong, how would I go about fixing it? Do I just tell them straight-up “you’re about to fight these draugrs?” Or is there some other way? Just curious as to what the people think.
Just curious about something as a brand new GM to Dungeon World with four sessions under his belt with his party.