My games tend to not be particularly theatrical, so the compliments I get are probably a little more low-key than you get watching some of the more popular live-play videos. Plus, as long as everyone is laughing and engaged, I don’t need specific compliments to know I’m doing well, so just a “good game” or a fist bump after a particularly cool encounter is enough for me.
RPG-a-Day 2018 – Week Three: DESCRIBE… the best compliment you’ve had while gaming.
The Ballad of Twilight Dungeon
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