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Re: Re: [dnd-823] Seeking Visitor DMs

From: Terry M.
Sent on: Sunday, November 11, 2012 10:15 AM
Brett, be happy to have you.  We have two-co-DMs coming today (Sunday, November 11), a visiting player coming next week, a DM for December (he's considering Mutants & Magic (Did I get that right?) and we're open to more since we meet every Sunday except major holidays or when both my wife and I are sick.

Let me know when you're free.  DMs planning to run a game schedule what month they are coming (we have only one outside game a month).  Co-DMs for a game just announce and come, as do visiting PCs (simple characters created quickly one hour early).
If a person is interested in a long-term character they create it on a different day (rather than taking up game time).

However, your REGULAR gaming group comes first.
Too often, players look for where the grass is greener and rarely find it.
Simple solution.  Come here, take some of the grass, transplant it in your own game.  I'll even help.
Bring some of your grass here.

((Actually, come to think of it, perhaps that wasn't the best analogy to use... .))
Keep sharing ideas, folks.

Terry Michaels

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