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Dom

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#10
It is the most exhilarating and rewarding experience you can do in this hobby.
Just ensure you have a firm grasp of the rules, interesting NPCs, and an engaging scenario.
Is Evil Gaz's advice still around somewhere? That was always worth a read.

My advice is that if you do write pre-gens, give them a reason in their backgrounds to spark off each other. I'm not advocating PVP, but you can give them a steer on how they get on. A couple of hooks mean that the players tend to engage in more. Of course, some of the more modern games do this by design (e.g. bonds, relationships etc).
 
#11
Done - can you confirm how many players that you're thinking of?
Always 2-6

Saturday “Lock Stock and Over a Barrel” Manifold Eaat End Crime (always a blast)

Sunday “The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes” The Code of Steam and Steel - went so well at 7hills. Deserves another play.

Though I reserve the right to swap them out prior to prebooking if the muse strikes.

Thanks for this!
 
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