It’s true that the more you put in the more you get out and that has to be there I think, If you aren’t really hooked on your instrument this job would be a hell on earth but if you are, it’s the best.
Internationally-renowned master guitarist Leo Kottke is credited with the above quote, and while he was referring to playing music, there’s a D&D lesson in there for both players and DM’s alike. The differences worth noting: D&D is a game, not a job, and less than total dedication isn’t going to make playing it hell on earth.
On the other hand, it can most certainly be the best, so the odds are in your favor (even if the dice sometimes are not).
The common assumption is that the bulk of the work for a D&D game lies with the DM. That’s mostly true, in large part because…
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