Kryzsko wrote: ↑Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:31 amTo answer the original question:
The players I DM for prefer more roleplay focused encounters. They like to be able to be creative (almost to a fault) rather than just fighting. Therefore they like more intelligent foes rather than the more animal-like monsters. They like to be able to sneak, lie, con, and to make deals. They prefer encounters that are more of a sandbox with multiple paths. They like mysteries to investigate, weird/creepy happenings, and puzzles to solve. My players prefer more of a framework of a story rather than a linear narrative. They like an objective or multiple objectives and people to talk to, and then they fill in the rest.
The original question.
I would think the original question is based on the assumption that the encounter is going to involve elements created with Dwarven Forge in caverns.I am going to limit my responses to to that. I am going to use a photo when possible. I like to imagine the encounter, create it with 3d elements and let the players fill in and react. Using 3D elements takes planning and preparation and a lot of time that many DMs do not have. I also use 3D elements for board games. Sometimes this involves parts/tiles that are not available.I often have to create something.What encounters created with new DF tiles and elements would you like to see?
I would like to see more ledges and water features.
Riddles in the dark.
I would like to see some serpiente walkways and Stairs.
Drums in the deep.
The photos pre date KS one.
I would like to see encounters involving Dwarf mines and Under Dark.
The first ting I thought of when this arrived Friday.
Bridge encounters? What is your name? What is your favorite color?
I would like to see a new log bridge
William asked about my paper cutter. I have it out to cut the felt paper base bottoms for my 24 lava tile set for Massive Darkness.
I need to finish the bases so I can stack them in boxes.