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Behind the DM Screen

By Randall Walker, Mike Shea, Jeff Greiner, and Tome Show Productions

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Randall, Mike, and Jeff have a monthly chat about their own games and help each other make them better. Visit www.thetomeshow.com for more Tome Show Productions.

Customer Reviews

Advice goldmine

I don't have anyone I can talk about the D&D games I run. So it is nice to have some people to ask for advice.

Embrace the lazy.

I already left The Tome Show a review for being so good at what they do, I enjoy all of the content they produce. That being said, this is by far my favorite portion of their feed. Being a DM for many years back in the second edition days I always tried to talk my players into running a game, not only so I can have a break and play for a bit, but also because I would of loved to of had deeper conversations regarding running games. Aside from a few one shots or two sessions then dropped campaign attempts, it never happened and I continued to run always. Maybe this is why I love this show? I don't know, but it's just a few experienced DMs chatting about what they run and what they are thinking about throwing into their next session, it's great. I hope they continue to add content here because I very much enjoy it. The bits of advice dropped in this show took me years of running games to figure out through trial and error. A new DM wouldn't bypass those lessons listening to this cast, but it would certainly help them tremendously. Thank you to these D&D enthusiasts for doing an amazing job. Keep on being awesome!!! Keep it Lazy!!! Much respect.

Best in Class

By far the very best Podcast on the market for DMs advice and talk! I love the ideas as well as the stories about the hosts actual games!!

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  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

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