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Tips for D&D Adventurers League Organizers, DMs, and Game Shop Owners

I recently completed a 4-part series that ran over at the official Dungeons and Dragons Adventurer’s League blog.

From the introductory post:

I recently attended my first Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League Organized Play event as a brand new D&D player…kinda. Technically, I wasn’t a brand new D&D player, but the truth is my last roll of the 20-sided die was over 20 years ago, so I was most certainly level 1. Read about my experience coming back to D&D and how you can too!

Read the full intro.

I’ve written before about my first Adventurer’s League experience, plus I’ve also written tips for nerds like me who need to shake off their social anxiety to find a fun gaming group.

The next 3 excerpts are from those posts on the official D&D Adventurer’s League blog. Click through if you are interested in hearing my thoughts for D&D organizers, DMs, and game shop owners.

An Excerpt from the Post Written for Organizers

Right up front, let’s acknowledge that being an organizer is often a thankless job. I should know, I’ve organized lots of different groups for lots of different things and haven’t been thanked one time. Not that I’m bitter or anything. OK, I’m a little bit bitter, but I’m better now, thanks for asking.

That’s why before we go any further, I want to make a point to remind each of us to take just 10 seconds to sincerely thank those who are organizing our Adventurers League events. Simply say “thank you” and give them a high five, or a fist bump, or better yet, one of those great second level hand shakes where you add in all sorts of sweet hand motions. I hear that organizers love those.

Now, some words for the organizers…

Read more advice for organizers.

An Excerpt from the Post Written for DMs

Being a dungeon master is the toughest job in the business. A DM has the role of Storyteller / Mathematician / Voice Actor / Improvisor / Psychologist / Director / Cartographer /Props Master / and Referee. Sometimes the jokes they tell will even be funny, which really goes above and beyond.

I’ll not presume to be able to give D&D Adventurers League DMs advice, I’ll simply point out some behaviors and trends that this brand new player spotted in the DMs he’s played with. Then I’ll end this post with a word of encouragement.

The the full post: Tips for DMs

An Excerpt from the Post Written for Game Store Owners

Week after week our D&D Adventures League group use the space provided by our local game shop. Thankfully, we’re a tidy group and I don’t recall any spills, but the group is growing, so the wear and tear on the tables, chairs, and bathrooms(!) add up.

My momma raised me right, so I feel a responsibility to give back a little something in response to someone else’s hospitality. I don’t bring a bottle of wine to every gaming session like I’m bringing a house warming gift to a dinner party (although there is a guy at table #2 that seems like he would LOVE a bottle of wine), but I do want to support the local shop in some way.

Unfortunately, this hasn’t been as easy as you think it would be, so I’ll share a few words for shop owners out there.

Head over the the D&D Adventurer’s League blog to Read more.

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