One thing that makes a lot of the great D&D world, like Forgotten Realms, so good is they a steeped in history.
And this history comes to life to such an extent that it impacts on current events.
This is something I have always liked and something I wanted to add to my new sandbox campaign world.
However, it can be difficult to come up with so much vivid history for your own world. Or you may be too worried about what is happening now to give it much thought.
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I love creating new and interesting things for my sandbox campaign world – new nations, tribes, organisations, locations, whatever!
But sometimes my imagination lets me down and I get stuck with what to create next.
When this happen I like to do one of my favourite things to shake me out of the mental/creative block – character generation.
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I hate Experience Points (XP).
As a GM I have always hated doing the math after every game and I dislike creating XP for individual encounters.
The time it takes could be spent playing or, if you are like me, sleeping after a late night session.
The last thing I feel like doing after a gaming session is calculating XP.
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