Some useful reminders to myself:
* Don’t take your players for granted as human beings. Even the reliably good ones.
* Don’t make the mistake of thinking quality gameplay is the primary goal of your home game. See above bullet.
(The goals of course aren’t inverted for con play but they’re sure not the same, either.)
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What is the primary goal of the home game?
Sub for the answer to Mark Delsing’s question
I was not feeling it Tuesday night, so instead of me running our game, we sat around talking about boys and family, and showing each other YouTube videos. It was very pleasant.
Mark Delsing that’s up to you. It’s not really for me to say.
When I was in my late 20s I really ruined some very good home groups by trying to make the goal of the game “quality gameplay.”
One of my big gaming regrets, really.
Oh I get the sentiment now. This is about the magic of friendship. I thought it was something else entirely!
No snark: did things get sillier than you expected? I’ve been battling with this recently. I want less silly in my games, but fun is fun at the table, right? Even if that fun is funny/silly.
P.S.: am I missing the point? I’m dumb today.
I guess I’m being coy. That wasn’t my intent at all.
Brand and Joe are on the correct wavelength.
Gotcha. I’m in a neighboring ZIP code, but I’m picking up what you’re laying down now.
This is all very Vincent. But I think I’m getting it.