Ask Questions

A good GM asks questions. A good GM doesn't say “this is what happens” unless he follows it up with “what do you do?”

A good player asks questions. A good player asks how high is the wall, how far is it to the shore, does the innkeeper seem irritated or just busy?

A GM that doesn't ask questions risks being a storyteller, and a player that doesn't ask questions risks being a passive audience.

    Ben Robbins | June 18th, 2006 | the basics | show comments