After Action Reports: A checklist
10 Aug, 2020
Some useful feedback from OSR Pit later, and I want to remember what I want to put in an AAR. I might not write that much for each bullet-point, but I think it’s worth covering it all. The last point about the lesson is my reason for writing these, but if I don’t include the context, then I can’t be sure it’s the right lesson. What did I play? How long for?
This is a post I’m going to write and re-write. It will never be finished, as, if nothing else, when it gets too long, no player will want to answer all the questions and then it’ll be useless.
Updated: September 2020.
It’s also aimed at myself, and is not intended any other sources, which I also recommend:
©️ John Stavropoulos
Fundamentally, most of the “How do I resolve this problem in my group?” questions from GMs on
/r/rpg come down to (IMO):
My player(s) want to play a game like X and I want to play a game like Y