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1. If you had to pick a single invention in a game you were most proud of what would it be?
2. When was the last time you GMed?
3. When was the last time you played?
4. Give us a one-sentence pitch for an adventure you haven't run but would like to.
5. What do you do while you wait for players to do things?
6. What, if anything, do you eat while you play?
7. Do you find GMing physically exhausting?
8. What was the last interesting (to you, anyway) thing you remember a PC you were running doing?
9. Do your players take your serious setting and make it unserious? Vice versa? Neither?
10. What do you do with goblins?
11. What was the last non-RPG thing you saw that you converted into game material (background, setting, trap, etc.)?
12. What's the funniest table moment you can remember right now?
13. What was the last game book you looked at--aside from things you referenced in a game--why were you looking at it?
14. Who's your idea of the perfect RPG illustrator?
15. Does your game ever make your players genuinely afraid?
16. What was the best time you ever had running an adventure you didn't write? (If ever)
17. What would be the ideal physical set up to run a game in?
18. If you had to think of the two most disparate games or game products that you like what would they be?
19. If you had to think of the most disparate influences overall on your game, what would they be?
20. As a GM, what kind of player do you want at your table?
21. What's a real life experience you've translated into game terms?
22. Is there an RPG product that you wish existed but doesn't?
23. Is there anyone you know who you talk about RPGs with who doesn't play? How do those conversations go?