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Setting Up Your Gamemaster's Screen! (GM Tips w/ Matt Mercer)

Matthew Mercer takes us behind the scenes to see the screen. What goes on it? What goes behind it? How do you organize everything? You're about to find out.

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6 thoughts on “game master screen

  1. Very solid construction, and having vinyl pockets on both sides is absolutely genius and invaluable to a GM. I’m very excited to use this with my own campaigns using both the included resources and some of my own design.Also, as many other reviews have said, it comes with Pathfinder reference sheets. However, what I’m not seeing in the other reviews makes me wonder if I’m lucky: while my reference sheets had Pathfinder on one side, there were Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition references on the opposite side of each sheet. The lower-right corner of each sheet helpfully tells you which platform the reference is for– so for those who are looking for this for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition, there is some helpful stuff here after all!

  2. I was getting tired of taping little tidbits up on my screen as it got messy and unorganized. This screen solved all my problems.The screen is not unlike a binder pocket in design and material. It has 4 panels with pockets on both sides. Each pocket is roughly 10×11in size, which I thought was a bit odd. If you were so inclined, you could cut some A3 paper to make a perfect fit.The screen comes with inserts, four nice and simple gem pattern inserts for the outside, and four double sided inserts for the inside. One side is Pathfinder, I don’t play Pathfinder so I can’t speak for the quality of those sheets. The other side is for D&D 5e, which has some OK info on it, but I bought a coustomizable screen so I can’t complain.Pros:-Good quality material- 8 inserts- can use wet erase/ dry erase makers on them- looks coolNuetral-Pockets measure 10×11inCons- Premade inserts are lacking

  3. I’m DMing for the first time and was incredibly excited to get this item due to its customization and advertised dry-erase abilities. As soon as I took it out of the box, I slid one of the sheets into a pocket and tested the external surface with the included marker (back of the box says ‘You can even add notes directly on the waterproof vinyl with the included dry erase marker’). The eraser tip of the marker barely smudged the writing before failing to do anything else. I looked online on how to clean stubborn dry erase markers and after using rubbing alcohol there’s still faint ghostly permanent marking on my DM screen. Thankfully I used a different dry erase marker that I already owned and that works perfectly fine. However, I bought this item specifically for its dry erase abilities and included marker.

  4. I am pleased with the product over all. It is as the pictures minus one detail. The location where the pages are inserted into the DM screen are a bit loose making it far easier to insert the pages but this causes the plastic to hang out a bit making spots blurry. Not a huge deal as you just press your finger against the plastic and you can easily read everything. If you have seen the normal DM screen that wizards of the coast makes and thought “man that thing looks tiny and i sure wish i could make my own charts for the screen” then look no farther. This screen is easy to customize for both DM’s and players. I put maps or job postings or shop prices or all kinds of things on the side facing my players so they have a quick reference. The inserts that come with the screen are amazing quality and extremely tough. They look like normal paper in the pics but holy crap are they tough feels a bit like a poly coated poster board. Would love to see the screen in different colors. I would like to see the plastic film that holds in the inserts be a bit tighter so i dont have to finger my screen to read some areas but over all i think this is an awesome DM screen and will be using it for a long while. Nice work.

  5. Plastic Corners are split in a couple areas. Clear sheets that hold the pages in them are loose. Got this for my son for his birthday today. Kinda crappy it looks really used. And at the rate he plays it will be destroyed with these flaws in no time. Not a happy customer.

  6. Arrived damaged, the box was ripped and on the plastic. The plastic cover crinkle/rip is on face that’s outward so that’s unfortunate.Other than that its sturdy. A thicker version of office binders, it stands up easily and isn’t flimsy. On the other hand its not so sturdy that it constantly wants to close. The decoration inserts are interesting, a very light cardstock paper and double sided. The plastic insert pockets are taunt against the plastic, I would be careful when changing the paper.Only two of the info inserts are dry erase. One is completely blank for your own uses and the other is a combat tracker. A column fur turns, and two tables for PCs and Monsters. Both are plain white on the other side, and feel like dry erase as well.The three information sheets are one sided. They go over various conditions, adventuring information, basic combat. It gives you the Players Handbook page number if you need further information on each subject.Overall a good buy, a lot better than making my own out of binders. And I will enjoy being able to put maps and information on either side for myself and the PCs.

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