- Dec 1, 2020
Do any of you play it?
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I was playing 5E with a group over Zoom for awhile. We recorded the episodes for a podcast. It kind of fell apart when one bitch in our group kept castigating us for not playing the way she wanted us to play. It's a shame too because it was kind of fun.
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Hell yeah! I like to describe it as interactive story telling. There are some rules but most of what goes on in the game has to do with your imagination. You make a character and there are different classes and abilities and you pick those based on your abilities. A lot of times it’s best to go with a pre-generated character for your first character because it can be a bit overwhelming to try and figure it all out for your first character. Once your character is made you play out a story and you have a dungeon master who helps with that. The DM will have a plot in mind but ultimately the players will choose whether or not to follow that or not. It can be a lot of fun for everyone regardless of the path the players choose to take. I really enjoy the role playing and social aspect of the game. The campaign that I’m in now there’s a town that’s started to grow that we’re in charge of and while we’re adventuring we are also trying to grow its economy.Would you teach me?
My son and his weird friends play regularly.
I told all of them that they're worshipping the devil and going to hell.