Welcome to the Perception Checks series – a hub of wisdom, guidance, and insight for all enthusiasts of role-playing games (RPG). Whether you’re a seasoned Dungeon Master seeking fresh inspiration, a new player looking for guidance, or simply a fan of the genre eager to dive deeper, this series is designed for you.
Perception Checks is dedicated to unmasking the complexities and intricacies of RPGs, breaking them down into digestible insights and practical tips. From the nuanced art of character creation to the delicate balance of world-building, every aspect of the RPG realm is scrutinized and dissected here.
Explore posts filled with wisdom gleaned from countless hours at the gaming table, offering a unique perspective on how to bring stories to life, create immersive experiences, and navigate challenges. Whether it’s D&D, Pathfinder, or any other RPG, the Perception Checks series is your trusted guide on this enchanting journey.
In the realm of RPGs, a successful perception check can mean the difference between victory and defeat. Similarly, the guidance offered in this series can empower you to take your gaming experience to a whole new level. So, ready your dice and let’s embark on this adventure together. Welcome to Perception Checks!
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Most misunderstandings in the world could be avoided if people would simply take the time to ask, ‘What else could this mean?’ Shannon L. Alder Geek Gamers For this Perception Check, I wanted to make you aware of someone I follow on YouTube who goes by the moniker Geek Gamers. I first discovered her when…
As I started working on Session 1 for my Well… that was interesting series of posts in regard to my play sessions, I started formulating the actual structure of what those posts would look like. I soon realized I was providing way too much exposition in trying to explain the format at the beginning of…