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Watch Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 Online

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Watch Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 Online Free

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A layout test for Disposition cards (in Brazilian Portuguese). :)
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Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4 Photos | The Spoiles of War Pictures

https://youtu.be/TMRFsrm-i_U

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I'm sure even his fans can be here♥

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This might be of use for some GMs here, or at least it could be some inspiration to make your own big images of all the major NPCs in your campaigns. I'm running a PBP game using a minor house in the Westerlands named Banefort.

http://samwise7rpg.blogspot.com/2017/06/npc-images-for-green-ronins-song-of-ice.html

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A Treasury Quest—A review of Dragon’s Hoard – A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying Adventure, the campaign for use with +Green Ronin Publishing’s RPG set in the world of A Game of Thrones.

For anyone who has run the game I'm curious as to how you plan out adventures. GoT/ASOIAF don't seem to lend itself to the traditional "kill some monsters and take their loot" or dungeon crawls. That said I've learned from hard experience with other games that if you try to go with a heavy plot either you run the risk of railroading the whole thing for the benefit of telling your story or the players completely miss what you were trying to do.
It seems to me the best option is to go "mission oriented". Have someone of superior status task them with going someplace and accomplishing something and then throw a twist once they get there. Maybe use that to at least get the campaign going until the players adopt a more proactive and less reactive role in the story.

Thoughts?
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