[generic] ‪#RPGADAY2020 - 28 - Close

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‪#RPGADAY2020 - 28 - Close. “It’s at close range” is actually far more information than I need. My tastes have become that lazy, loosey goosey and wibbley wobbley in #TTRPGs. ‬

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When and how do you bring your campaigns to a close? Is it planned closure or just changes in circumstances? Does this happen before the main threads could be resolved, at the campaigns peak or long after it sale by date?
 
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When and how do you bring your campaigns to a close? Is it planned closure or just changes in circumstances? Does this happen before the main threads could be resolved, at the campaigns peak or long after it sale by date?
The past couple of years I started going to a local games club. One of the things I liked about it was that games were supposed to run for 3 months and then you get to sign up for another campaign. I liked it and began alternating between refereeing and running camaigns, alway trying to bring my campaigns to a satisfying conclusion by the set date. Using the TV season model.

Before Covid, however, most referees just seemed to want to keep their games going on and ignored the end communal dates. This wasn’t specifically frowned upon by the committee. After all everyone’s there to enjoy themselves and why shouldn’t people continue their games if they wanted?

But that’s effectively sidelined the communal game swap and I fear I may be stuck in this 5thEd campaign in perpetuity and may never get the opportunity to referee at this club again.

I’ve seen too many campaigns just fizzle out. Fixed date end game and climax every time, for me.
 
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