Know Your Boundaries: Social Contracts in Table-Top Games
If you hold the status of veteran gamer, you know the value of having good players and game masters. We create friendships based on the bonds of good social gaming. In fact, it usually makes our weekends. On the opposite end, veteran gamers know the pain and agony of dealing with Table-Top games ran by horrible game masters. Or sitting in a group of players who don’t hold the same values as you do. It makes you not want to game again.
This situation can be avoided by asking for and using a social contract.