Welcome everyone to today’s episode! We are talking about the big concept of Storyteller roles here today, and talking about how to balance player expectations, storyteller narrative, and how to build a world that is both dynamic and predictable without painting your players into a corner that they don’t feel they have any say over. You know, something light and airy.
We mention a couple of tools on the show, so make sure you check them all out. There will be another episode where we talk just about world building tools, and include things like DonJon, FNG, and other sites that we have accumulated over the years.
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The show features brand new music from Sean at McRo Music. You can find his extensive catalog of music clips at www.patreon.com/mcromusic.Tags: Agency, DM Skills, Railroading, Sandboxing, TTRPG