I'm gaming more than ever! Which is good, cuz my baker's butt has been off work for a month.
My normal game has gone on every week, unlike when we meet in person and often have weeks we have to miss for not having enough people available. We play pathfinder, which is pretty dependent on the grid, and I didn't want to try to learn a new platform while I was running a game. But what I DO have is some mad photoshop skillz. So I made myself a grid, and a bunch of character tokens on their own layers, and I move it all around myself. Then once or twice a round during combat I paste a quick screenshot into our discord channel, and that's enough visual for the players to go off. Everyone has their sheet and their dice at home. It's worked pretty well so far.
My friend is running a D&D one shot turned campaign weekly, just a few of us, and we're using that to adjust to roll20.
I guested in my friend's Curse of Strahd game, also on roll20, and they treated me like a gosh-darn celebrity. It was flattering and delightful.
I'm preparing a one shot to try to run at a virtual convention, since the actual con got canceled and I totes cannot run my LARP remotely. I will also try to playtest this with various remote groups. It will be my first time trying to DM 5e.
Then I have ANOTHER 5e one shot on the long term list to design, which will involve the players making characters and playing as their pets. It will be five cats and a greyhound on an adventure to save their people.