Why do I Master Games?
I do it both for enjoyment and to study and experiment with mastering Real World Skills through gaming. However if gaming allowed me nothing more than enjoyment and entertainment and escapism then I wouldn’t waste my time.
I’d just watch TV or something like that.
So, a few days ago, I posted an old review in response to a Creighton Broadhurst post. That post led my best friend to suggest that I start a blog wherein I review old gaming material. I started working on a post for this potential project. While I was working on that blog post, I realized something…I don’t remember why I got started GMing.
Granted, it has been over 30 years, since I sat down and started GMing, but I do not remember the steps between my first experience playing D&D that Sunday afternoon in March at Davy’s house and sitting down at my parent’s kitchen table drawing Lungold…I mean, Mythgold. I know that I must have played D&D more than that one time. I had an Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual that my parents gave me for Christmas. So, what led me to wanting to create…
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