773Re: How soon is too soon?
- Oct 3, 2010
> That's sounds really cool. You know, there was a time I didn't care much for random tables, but I've grown to respect their chaotic power.Lots of GMs feel that way and I've never understood it. They have a lot of benefits:
a) They're unpredictable. There's nothing worse that recognizing a GM's plot or NPCs from a recent movie or comic book!
b) They're fair. You don't look like you're picking on anyone in particular.
c) They're different. You tend to get player buy-in because you're pulling in something new.
d) They're inspiring. The great thing is that they can give you ideas you never would have thought of.
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