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  • We briefly had a story gaming group but it had low attendance. I could probably rustle up a few people though for an evening of gaming. Don't know any places to sublett offhand, but there are tons of sublets in this city due to the large amount of …
  • On manuals: I think teaching techniques in the game manual could definitely help alleviate Impostor Syndrome. When you read something like the sample play in the Dungeon World guide, you can see what exactly it takes to do the job, and see if you re…
  • My main group is about half female, half male, and the female half tends to be a bit more intense about our games. I've had women and men that we've invited to play with us both get a bit skittish about diving in right away rather than watching. I …
  • NathanBlack, you have made my week. That being said, I found out about this a day late...
  • My group is very new to roleplaying and when we started, all most people knew was D&D. Although we now have fans of Fiasco, Dungeon World, and a few others, we still have to stay within the D&D/Tolkien type fantasy or completely real-to-life…
  • The Quiet Beer For a long time, we were at war with each other. But now, we’ve called a truce, and we have this – a beer of relative peace. One quiet beer, which to savor. Come morning, our heads will be pounding and our relationship might not survi…
  • Wild west ghost town Failed human Martian colony Underwater dome with an abundance of rats Victorian London after a plague
  • The Quiet Year. One player introduced a mad scientist community member who was working on warped animal hybrids. Next thing you know, we spend a year fighting rat-seahorse hybrids, among other experiments. This shows how important initial scarcities…