D&D has always fascinated me, but it also really intimidates me, do a lot of people play it and would any be willing to accept a COMPLETE newbie into the fold? Iv been learning how to play table top games (age of Sigmar and MTG so far) and loving it, wanted to get into infinity next but think I’ll hold off on that till my age of Sigmar army is complete and I have really learned the rules, meanwhile D&D still really intrigues me and I’d love to try.
Post by Jack Shrapnel on Dec 22, 2017 6:57:30 GMT -5
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Learn to Play D&D
Ever wanted to play D&D but never had the opportunity? Want to try out the new 5th Edition rules? Maybe you'd like to convince a friend this D&D thing would be fun. This is your opportunity! Once every month, we run an introductory, learn-to-play D&D session. This is a free event, although there is limited seating so we would encourage you to sign up in advance. You don't need to bring anything (character sheets and dice will be provided), but if you'd like to bring your own dice, or your own 1st level character, you may do so.
The Adventure A Great Upheaval
As evening approaches, you spot a wooden signpost next to a trail that heads north into the hills. Nailed to the post are three arrow-shaped signs. The two marked “Waterdeep” and “Daggerford” follow the High Road but point in opposite directions. The third, marked “Nightstone,” beckons you to follow the trail. If memory serves, Nightstone is roughly ten miles up the trail. As you approach the town, you hear the ringing of a bell, which grows louder as you approach. Besides the bell, you see no other activity in town. The keep, which stands next to the town, has partially collapsed. Something is amiss in Nightstone...
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