I have a delightful mutt of a dog (mostly black lab) who adores orange slices.
I was peeling one and offered her a slice, and she refused. Licked it once to make me feel better about myself (presumably), but would. Not. Eat. It.
It was odd. Until today, she’s always scarfed them.
“What’s goin’ on, pooch?” I asked. She, of course, didn’t answer. Because she’s a dog. And can’t talk.
Your players, however, can. If you sense that something’s off at the table, or feel like your players didn’t enjoy something, ask them!
They’ll tell you.
Or it could be that nothing’s wrong at all! Your players might just say, “We just don’t really like orange slices anymore.”
Now that I think of it I could build an entire campaign around this… Thoughts? – Sage Advice (<< The Tarrasque)
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