Campaign Post-Mortem Survey

Like we have discussed on the podcast multiple times, it is important to:
as a DM, asking and receive constructive feedback from your players and 
as a player, provide positive and/or constructive feedback to your DM. 
That said, at the end of chapter two of a large homebrew campaign setting I've been running since 2009, I sent an email to each of my players:
  • thanking them for 18 crazy nights, 
  • remembering some of my favorite moments with them and their PC's in the last campaign chapter, 
  • asking them some after-campaign story questions about what their character does with the rest of his/her life, 
and then asked the following questions. Keep in mind this wasn't anonymous but - because I emailed each person individually - wasn't subject to groupthink or other people's opinions.

Here's the text each player received in an email:


Does it talk?

I wish to complain about this podcast what I listened to not half an hour ago from this very boutique.
Oh yes, the, uh, the Exemplary DM... What's, uh... What's wrong with it squire?
I'll tell you what's wrong with it, my lad. He's dead, that's what's wrong with it!
No, no, he's not dead, he's uh... resting.
Look, matey, I know a dead podcast when I see one, and I'm looking at one right now.
No no he's not dead, he's, he's restin'! Remarkable bird, the Exemplary DM. Beautiful plumage!

We are neither dead, nor stunned, nor pining for the fjords folks. Just resting. Who knows what beautiful butterfly will emerge from our cocoon-like slumbering state. Keep in touch! Thanks for listening!