15 thoughts on “Which author or director would make the best dungeon world GM?”

  1. You would do better to look at specific creations: Lord of the Rings trilogy, Hobbit trilogy, Conan the Barbarian (1982), Harry Potter series, King Kong, Wizard of Oz, Roger Corman’s The Raven, Hammer’s Horror of Dracula, HBO’s series Game of Thrones…Pure Fantasy is still a largely unexplored world in film or TV….I would check out the Appendix N section on film in the Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG for solid advice…

  2. I was meaning, if you could get an author or director to GM a DW game for you, who do you think would rock it? Like do you think Arthur Conan Doyle or Ursula La Guin would do well GMing a game.

  3. With the amount of improv needed I would say Pat Rothfuss. Not because he’s a damn fine author but because he’s a damn fine roll player, as witnessed on many streams. Can’t say as I could speak to the improve skills of many other authors or directors.

  4. John Rogers, absolutely. Not only is he already a gamer, but he has a great sense of how to direct a tight story with snappy consequences and complications.

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