GMing and playing are very similar and very different. As the GM, you get to set the scenarios, shape the story that your players help you tell, but with that creative power comes the responsibility of depicting all of the scenes and non-player characters.
Wolfiedabs32 says:Yea DdD 5e is what has lead me thru this rabbit hole of finding all if these new things but I plan on trying this at first. But I do have one question! What would you consider more (easy) I suppose? Because frankly it's kinda scary thinking of having to run the whole thing! Also this is a case of me not read properly when I didn't have enough sleep because I didn't know this was the GM Mentor thread but I might as well embrace it while i'm here.
As a player, you are only responsible for your character, and engaging with the other player characters and the scene the GM paints. With that lessened responsibility, you have the time and continuity to really explore that one character, breath life into them through hopes and desires.