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I have come very close to being that exact problem player (and felt a great deal of relief when I saw your username, as our party has no rangers-- I did fear for a moment that this was about me!) Obviously, the best thing to do would be for your problem player to realize what they're doing and cut it out, but you're the one writing the question, so here's ...


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If you're not having fun in the game, it's okay to leave. It's usually really easy for a DM to find a new player -- people who post "Looking For Players" ads online generally get lots of applicants. Here's my own experience: I ran a game where one of my players wasn't having fun. She looked at her phone during the game and she kept making up ...


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To sum up, this other player has already played the same adventure and is taking over in your group since they know things in advance. Most GM's and players think of that as a big no-no and work hard to avoid it. If your GM is fine with it than this isn't the game for you. That's generally called using out-of-game knowledge. Back in the day a player would ...


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