#RPGaDay 2020: Day 16 – Dramatic

Let’s talk history, shall we?

These days, the word drama is related with something negative. However, that’s far from the truth. The ancient Greek dramatic genres include both tragedies and comedies.

Making something dramatic means making it intense. So when you want to add dramatic tension to your games it doesn’t have to be tragic tension. Add some fun moments, make your players laugh. Comedy is my favorite genre of ancient Greek dramas and I like seeing people laugh.

And that’s all for today. Try my advice and make your players laugh. Tomorrow’s word is “comfort”.

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