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Social Conflict

When you think of conversations in your tabletop roleplaying game, what likely comes to mind is the friendly banter amongst the players, the humorous small-talk with the barkeep, or the verbal repartées while trading sword blows with the villain. But

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Mystery Plots

If you’ve ever run — or attempted to run — a mystery in your D&D campaign, you know it can be a challenge. Sometimes, players don’t find, recognize, or correctly interpret clues. Other times, they’ll become fixated on the first

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Acquiring Accents

In early July, an article popped up on The Douchey DM written by gamer/cosplayer Kimi about acquiring and using accents for your tabletop games. She provides a few links to resources for developing your accents, as well as simple advice

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