In today's show, our hosts talked about dealing with snow and ice in your games. However, sometimes the coldness isn't in your game, but at your table out of character. When dealing with new players or tense situations, you might need to break the ice. This advice is great for a GM, since they're often the one facilitating interactions at the table, but it should be useful for players too. So here are some conversation tips and trick to act like a human, so that you can then later act like an elf.
Hopefully these tips are helpful for some of us who find ourselves getting the cold shoulder. Or if you're maybe just a little socially awkward, as many of us are, you can take this and apply it as a general approach to interacting with people at the table and away from it. TTRPGs can teach us some valuable life lessons, and social skills are one of them.
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- Draconick, Digital and Dice Contributor
I, Nick “Draconick” Johnson, am a writer and roleplaying enthusiast with over ten years of experience in various tabletop roleplaying games both as a player and as a GM. I am also somewhat involved in other forms of tabletop gaming such as wargaming, board games, and card games. It is my hope that by creating and maintaining this website that I can share my unique take on all things within our hobby and to foster a community of like-minded individuals.