Most dungeon masters are not actors or theater majors. So what can they do to improve the dialogue of the NPCs in their D&D games? More importantly, what can a DM do to get better at speaking in character for an NPC on the fly in Dungeons & Dragons?
In this video, I discuss several different ways the dungeon masters can make their NPC dialogue much more interesting, fun, and realistic. And I’ll discuss my technique for improvising NPC dialogue at my D&D games.
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