Post by geneweigel on Sept 12, 2018 16:13:19 GMT -5
I just got an earful down the grapevine about a DM for hire that turned out to be a disaster.
They were paying for him to come in and play 5th Edition at $15 per person playing (around 6 people).
And he said they all spontaneously became innocuous sea creatures from start to finish while his friend that he brought along (perhaps was a what I call that type of pet player called the "DM's familiar"?) drank all the beer.
This was one of those get the fuck out of the house its all women here then heading to a D&D game with a majority of women. Then going with them on a midnight trip to a "junkyard artist's space" for a bonfire... you know? The "yoozh" ((us)ual)...
Seriously, I think they want to know what is this original D&D that my friends convinced them that I was some kind of archmage of the highest order. So I don't know, I got there, they just wrapped and then it began this talk of what exactly I was doing there. So it was weird. Later, my friend started trying to convince me to print up my upcoming module publication to give out so they can check it out. And that got weirder because there is no way in hell that is happening, of course. Its been playtested already. I don't need that kind of input at this point. Maybe for the upcoming material. As far as playtesting, the dungeon of Skulldon (which is essentially a loosely based follow up to this first outing) is like Grand Central Station at this point too so perhaps I need to ramp up the continuing module series.