Many DMs have shy D&D players in their gaming group. Often shy players aren’t as active and engaged as their fellow party members. Whether you – the Dungeon Master – encourage shy players can impact the game drastically. So how do you encourage shy D&D players?
Last game night one of my players was absent and it really impacted the story in a negative way. So I wondered: What is the best way to deal with absent D&D players? I decided to do some research and write a helpful post on how to deal with missing players.
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