If you give a newbie a game, he’s going to want to a campaign. If you give the newbie a campaign, you’ll be stuck with a terrible player for life. Don’t make that mistake.
Should a GM get paid to run games? That’s the latest ridiculous internet argument I got to witness. But, believe it or not, it’s actually worth weighing in on. At least, I think it is. So here I go.
In this second Ask Angry Superblitz, I’m going to answer two questions that just keep coming up pertaining to GenCon. I’m also going to take off my mask and talk about my experiences with the geek community, judgement, and Sailor Moon.
Several people on the Twitters (including a couple of game store owners) asked me various forms of this question: how can we, as a community, encourage the creation of new GMs. In this week’s Angry Rant over The Mad Adventurers Society, I struggle to answer that question.