Here is a simple idea to help any DM who wants to add a more enticing description of the scenery in his/her game. Many DMs use what is called “box text” to describe a scene. Box text is a quick description of a room or scene written before a session or published in an adventure. Box text usually contains important information about a scene with a bit of extra description for flavor. Many people skip or alter box text because they feel it is dry and some what bland. It can be very hard to read other people’s words and not sound like a bad high school speech. So for those looking for a different way to deal with box text .
Instead of writing up large amounts of boxed text for room or encounter area descriptions a DM/GM should try finding an image of what he/she is trying to describe. A DM/GM should keep all of the images he/she has found behind the DMs screen or saved in an easy to access place on his/her computer. When the players enter that area the DM/GM shouldn’t show them the image he/she has chosen to use as inspiration; instead the DM should look at the picture and begin describing what he/she sees.
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