The previous blog gave simple tips on how to introduce new players to table-top RPGs rules. This blog will focus less on teaching the rules, and more on how to get them to understand how to role-play their characters.
Teaching new people how to role-play and the systems of table-top RPGs can be both exasperating and rewarding. As sometimes it is hard to find people with as extensive backgrounds in RPG as yourself, I often find the only way to get a cohesive, friendly group of table-top gamers together is through teaching new people. This guide works to explore how to teach newbies to play RPGs.
The players arrive at the Gold City to warn of the impending battle and try to uncover the secrets of the three cities. After coming face to face with a dragon, the players and I battle using homebrew mass combat mechanics.
Half of my adventuring group continued on their quests and met up in the Dark Citadel. This blog will be about their experiences with a giant hole, strange stone, and the Peter’s issue with the balancing of races.
Three of my players joined forces to escape a town overrun with monsters in the last Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition quest. The rules were mostly smooth sailing with only one question about elves trance. In this blog I will talk about the quest of the Burning Church and the lack of clarity on trance rules.
The Elf Druid and Gnome Fighter made it through there quests alive, but once again some issues began to arise with the lack of clarity in the DnD 5e rule system. This blog is here to talk about the two quests and what went wrong in terms of DnD 5e rules.
Mason and Thomas survived their quests, but with a few hiccups due to Dungeons and Dragons 5e mechanics. The issues I faced as DM and the problems they ran into both mechanically and in game are talked about in this blog.
The new Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition has been running beautifully. The quests run so far have encountered few problems, except for on the occasion. In this blog I will update on the quests and my analysis so far of Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition.
Everyone is excited with the hype about the new Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. I, being a hardcore Pathfinder fanatic, decided to explore the new 5th edition of DnD to understand how it is different and if it is worth the hype.