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(1) insist you know exactly how much HP each of the characters has, and keep track of it, if you are ever unsure write what you think their HP on a piece of paper and quickly ask "is that your HP right now". Generally, players aren't allowed to give an actual number to other players about what their HP is. On top of that, calculate the maximum damage of each ...


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Since modules don't scale at all, your best bet would be to run the mod with a large table, with as many of the characters as you can manage at the top end of the level range. Most modules have a 3-level range for PFS, so try encouraging players to be at the top of that range. Also, try and encourage players to play a group of characters that work together - ...


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My basic advice is not only D&D oriented but can be applied to pretty much anything. When you read your adventure or your rules, you can take notes by summarizing the important elements in point form and writing down key words. You'll be able to gather information faster as you go over your notes. For example, let's pretend you wrote the scene in LOTR ...



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