Where do you all go for mastering advice, that you've found really works?
I started watching some Matt Colville's 'Running The Game' series and it really changed the way I look at how to run D&D, for the positive. Then somehow found the 'Angry GM's column with regards to pacing and narration, and... holy crap. I feel like the games I'm running now are WAY better than they were before. We're all stressing less and just having more fun. Matt is very cerebral, addresses topics like writers do (ie: verbose, but the answer is also very thorough). Angry cuts to the chase, spells it all out plainly, simply, and makes some points with some raw humor (very practical EXCELLENT advice, also abrasive)
The Angry's column 'Running Combat Like A Dolphin' has forever simplified combat, and really ratcheted up our fun.
Matt's video on Vecna really provoked a lot of thought on what sort of rules monsters follow for abilities and what not, changed the way I build out my encounters.
Where do you turn? If you could have one place to go, one thing to read, that you think every GM should see, what would it be?
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