Having just spent the last half an hour answering questions like: “So if the Druid turns into a chicken and lays an…
Having just spent the last half an hour answering questions like: “So if the Druid turns into a chicken and lays an egg and then the egg hatches…?” and “So if the Druid turns into a cow and we milk it…?” and… “So if the Druid turns into a sheep and we shear it and make the wool into a jumper…?”, I conclude that I hate the Druid base class. I literally spend 90% of the time thinking up moves for creatures that “Could conceivably live in a forest… Honest… It’s a big forest…” And 10% of the time actually GMing the rest of the players. It’s no longer a game of Dungeon World. It’s basically Druid World. The Druid has an answer to everything and the other players are becoming lazy… “Yeah, just let the Druid turn into a giant eagle and fly us there.”
What’s the maximum/minimum size of a Druid in animal form?
What happens to the Druid’s clothes??
What happens to removable aspects of the Druid (such as feathers and wool and stuff) when the Druid shifts back into human form, if these aspects are removed whilst she is in animal form???
Give me a fighter, a rogue and a mage any day. I wish they were all bloody bards. What the #%@! happened to the normal laws of physics and magic??!
Okay, noob GM question: How much/what do you write down as you go?
Okay, noob GM question: How much/what do you write down as you go? My first session I drew a map (which I shared) and I made a note of the numbers and HP/Armour values of any monsters, but that’s pretty-much it… Oh and I made a note of any PC background info that might be interesting… Should I be noting more?
First time GMing (ever) and first time playing #DungeonWorld last night.
First time GMing (ever) and first time playing #DungeonWorld last night. My group is used to Rune Quest 2, so the *World system put them well outside their comfort zone. I got mixed reviews (mostly I think my GMing skills leave a lot to be desired…). I just started getting into it and really feeling the flow of the fiction when we had to stop due to time. Can’t wait until next time, where I’ll be better prepared and will have had time to learn from my mistakes.