One comment on “The Role of the Player

  1. I recently was in a session of a game where I had to wait 3 hours to do anything in-character, and then I got to play for about a half-hour. Then the session ended. It took a bit of courage, but I emailed the GM, told him that I was disappointed with the session because of that, and then also admitted some guilt because I didn’t speak up in the session to let him know I needed some character attention. The GM is an adult, and handled the criticism well. So, your post is great advice as long as you have a mature individual as GM, and games usually suck when you don’t.

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