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Studying electrical engineering and occasionally working as a programmer. Writing a high fantasy book.


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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
Thanks. English is not my mother-tongue and I have trouble phrasing my thoughts even in my mother-tongue, so I'm either too descriptive or too concise.
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answered How to handle plates and drinks on the game table?
Mar
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revised How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
Updated title and explained why I think this question is not a duplicate
Mar
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revised How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
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Mar
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
@BESW Not really. The answers don't really answer my question. But I got the answer I was looking for.
Mar
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
Thank you, I guess this and a little talking-too will do the job
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accepted How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
Mar
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
@Phil It is similar but not a duplicate. My players are engaged in the local atmosphere but not global, if you know what I mean. Also, looking on answers they don't solve my problem as my players already have quests that should make them ask about lore/world specific info.
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
@Theik Most of them play videogame RPGs. At the begging and every once in a while I tell them they can do anything they want, talk to whoever they want etc. I like to give my players absolute freedom and award them when they think outside of the box or do something I don't expect. I'm fairly certain (99% sure) they know they can ask NPCs for additional info.
Mar
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
@Phil I also looked for it but didn't find it.
Mar
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
@doppelgreener I edit the question. They enjoy interactions with each other and NPCs, so I am really baffled by their disinterest in the world.
Mar
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comment How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
@Erik Their motivations are standard. The Wizard is looking for more power, Paladin is trying to save the world, Witch is interested in personalities and Ninja is in for the loot (the system is completely home-brew).
Mar
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revised How can I get my players to ask the right questions so that I can tell them important stuff?
Campaign info and players behaviour
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