Update Time: Holiday Edition!

Hey Scribblers! Time for another Update Post– Holiday Edition!

It’s been quite an exciting year, full of new opportunities, new friends and long-time companions, and always thrilling adventures! It’s that time of year to reflect upon the months past and think ahead for the future…so here are some things to look forward to for the new year!
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Worldbuilding for a Family Campaign

Worldbuilding is simultaneously the most exciting and frustrating part of writing a D&D story. Not only are you creating a world of your own imaginings, but you must breathe life into it with the history, people, and towns that will all evolve as your players begin to influence it…and you are never fully done!
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Lore Drop: Less is More

There is a delicate balance between revealing enough detail and lore to give the game some realism, while at the same time leaving enough “unknowns” to entice them to keep exploring. For younger players especially, it also creates a sense of discovery and excitement when they uncover new secrets about the world!
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Roll Initiative: Building Encounters for Kids

Few things are as exciting to hear around the gaming table as those two simple words: “Roll Initiative!” It is the intake of breath before rushing forward, swords raised, the hearty laugh in the face of danger, the raucous battle cry as you leap into the great unknown, with either victory or doom awaiting you.
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