The topic for today is the most unusual circumstance or location in which you’ve gamed. All of my gaming sessions have been fairly vanilla. We either play at a table, over Google+, or at the occasional comic book convention. So I am going to discuss an alternate topic.
Why should someone GM a roleplaying game?
1. The majority of roleplaying games require a gamemaster. People could not play if there were no dungeon masters, storytellers, referees, etc. When you GM you take over a sacred role that is critical to the hobby.
2. Being a GM helps you learn empathy for all of the GMs who have come before you.
3. It is a great way to be creative. What I enjoy best about being a GM is making up interesting situations for the PCs and improvising off of their decisions.
4. If you are lucky you can take part in a total party kill!
5. Your players will be grateful that they have had to chance to play in a game.