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-The DM is the referee making final judgment calls regarding how the rules should work at the table. ​ While most rules are quite straightforward with little need for interpretation, ​invariably ​your players will ask to do things that aren't precisely covered by the rules. ​ In this case, it's your job to determine how those actions should interact within the game.+The DM is the referee making final judgment calls regarding how the rules should work at the table. ​ While most rules are quite straightforward with little need for interpretation, ​inevitably ​your players will ask to do things that aren't precisely covered by the rules. ​ In this case, it's your job to determine how those actions should interact within the game.
  
 Because the whole point of playing the game is to have fun, you should take a general approach of allowing player actions that are outside the rules so long as those actions don't impede on the fun of other players at the table. ​ If there are no mechanical consequences to an action (such as within a scenario, or having implications on [[karma|Karma]] or Wealth) it's probably best to just go along with it. Because the whole point of playing the game is to have fun, you should take a general approach of allowing player actions that are outside the rules so long as those actions don't impede on the fun of other players at the table. ​ If there are no mechanical consequences to an action (such as within a scenario, or having implications on [[karma|Karma]] or Wealth) it's probably best to just go along with it.
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