4 Times to Get Feedback from D&D Players

The Nerdd

Are you a Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master, who is currently running for a group of players, through an adventure? If so, and you’re anything like me, you might end most, if not every, session asking yourself:

  • Was that good?
  • Did they have fun?
  • Did I have fun?
  • Do they care about the story?
  • Do they like that NPC?
  • How do they feel about the villain?
  • What adventure should we do next?

It’s a lot of questions, because whether or not this is a prewritten adventure, you are constantly making a lot of decisions about how the game is going, and if your players don’t have fun, you can’t point to the book and say “It’s not my fault, it’s just written that way!”

So you want to know how to get feedback from your players, without them being too nice and saying “Yeah, it’s not bad.” We don’t want…

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