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D&D Dungeon Master Description & Dialogue Idea Sharing

Once the dungeon adventure is created, the next most challenging step is to provide vivid, enthralling descriptions which capture the imagination of the PCs - this group is designed to help aspiring Dungeon Masters create imaginative scenes
Keith (M.A. Military History)
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Students will learn various tips and techniques used to immerse their players in the adventure. 
Students will learn how to explain their awesome visions and concepts to their players for exciting D&D games.
Students will gain ideas as to how to formulate the perfect NPC or Villain dialogue for the scenario they envisioned.
Students will be enabled to expand their writing ideas to include suggestions from other DMs and the moderator.
Students will gain experience in re-writing their original ideas through receiving suggestions from members of the group.
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In this fully collaborative group we will take great care in reviewing the posted ideas. Remember DMs come to our group for help. They have reached a sticking point where they need an outside perspective on their dilemma. Their original ideas are part of the passion they had in developing their adventure or dungeon, thus they are very proud of what they have initially thought. So when making comments be sure to be sensitive to their concept and provide a positive "nudge" so they can complete their vision and entertain their D&D players. Thanks.
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This group is about the role playing game Dungeon and Dragons. As such it involves the Three Pillars of Adventure inherent with any RPG: exploration, role playing and fantasy combat. This group deals with the creation of vivid dungeon descriptions and engaging dialogue to play in the game and will discuss the best ways to optimize those descriptions which will involve weapons, spells and fantasy combat. While we want our villains challenging and scary we will keep descriptions and dialogue appropriate for the nature of the game. Yes villains do not often say "nice" things, but we do not want to write in such a way that it would be too scary or too mean (even Liches should be careful what they say)

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Keith (M.A. Military History)
Lives in Canada
Igniting Passion for Learning through an Immersive Approach
273 total reviews
359 completed classes

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Over the past 30 years I have taught I.G.C.S.E, A-Level, I.B., and A.P. History throughout the Atlantic region in both private and public school settings. During that time I have instructed students in a variety of rigorous exam subjects . I am a... 
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