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It depends on the group. I've been taking a brief respite from my usual role as a GM by actually playing in a couple games, and it's been interesting to see what happens. One of the things that I've really noticed quite quickly is that my GM, who is quite clever and loves riddles and puzzles, has really inspired some terror in my usual gaming group, who are ...


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There are numerous problems with connecting IRL stuff with in-game stuff, but I would say that the largest and deadliest pitfall would be that it breaks all immersion. In order to do it right, you need to be very careful, but it should be possible with good planning. Think of a TV-show. Now imagine that this show, in only a single episode, breaks the fourth ...



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