The EZA Dungeons & Dragons Community Thread
Tristan last edited by
We actually did put together a roll20 campaign from the old thread, still going! Glad to get more exposure to the idea on the forums and Patreon. Thanks Ben!
trugs26 last edited by
I'm mildly interested. The one issue I have is just getting time to do it.
Archaios last edited by
I'm very interested, I just am curious of the time commitment. I'll look into the rules and guide for now anyways.
threeminutesfast last edited by
I'd love to play D&D with some people! But knowing everyone's timezones would probably be best maybe?
SabotageTheTruth last edited by SabotageTheTruth
Time zones, schedule, previous experience, and access to materials like the rulebook are definitely a must for the doc once it's created.
SabotageTheTruth last edited by
One question to those that have been running active campaigns through d20 and the like, is there any way to archive these adventures? I ask because I'm assuming most of us watch Tabletop
AdventuresEscapades, but additional adventures to view could be a lot of fun. Plus, that always leads to potential crossovers or campaigns set in the same world, etc.
@SabotageTheTruth I use a program called SnagIT to easily archive videos, but OBS works just as well in most instances. I can help people if needed.
If people want to publicize their adventures, we can create another thread just for viewing.
ax2Grind last edited by
I would be very interested in a 1-3 shot campaign at a beginner level and seeing how that goes.
Migo last edited by
I'm also interested in joining a D&D adventure but as im living in EU (gmt +1) this might make it even harder, lucky i'm very flexible when it comes to scheduling.
i have only played very little PnP, but have played a lot of games using the D&D rules so i would consider myself an experienced player.
I do have a concern about getting a DM, i'm seeing this as a hard part of getting a group going.
I'm very much up for it, I'm currently DM a campaign at work, and I would love to have a character in a campaign.
For those interested, it would be very helpful if you posted when you could start playing and which days/times work best. Thanks!
DangerMan last edited by
Love this idea - used to play many years ago and would really like to get into it again. I'm PST and work full time but after 5PST any weekday and pretty much any weekend I'd be in. As I say it's been a while but I'll buy whatever books/supplies needed for any campaign anyone wants to run!
@BenMoore That's a good point, but I believe it would be better to do it in a google doc or something, instead of just posting it here.
Lexad last edited by Lexad
Ben, on the old thread, I had created a Google Doc for people to use. Unfortunately I couldn't fit in a time with other Allies, and had joined another roll20 game. However, people can use this google doc if they want to get time slots in as well as who else can DM. Might be great to add to the OP
naltmank last edited by
@Lexad What's the time zone people are using on the google doc? I would love to play, but since I live in Japan it's pretty hard to schedule with the American time zones.
Guest last edited by
@Lexad What's the timezone. Thats the biggest problem when it comes for DnD for me.
I used my timezone, which right now I believe is central for you Americans (curse you Daylight Savings). i don't think a particular time zone was suggested, but it would be relatively simple to synch up with that.
DocRemedy last edited by
This is a great idea. I am a part of a couple monthly campaigns that have been having a lot of scheduling issues as of late and I've been hankering to play some D&D!
elerac last edited by
I am technology challenged so I dont know how to play using google docs. I am a on and off player of D&D I would love to find a mostly regular group to play again. I am on the Pacific coast of Canada. Scheduling may be difficult but I am game to try. I would prefer to play and not DM. I am more a character drives the story instead of set adventures when I DM and I dont know how that would fly with most.
Matt Brookbank last edited by Matt Brookbank
Tabletop Escapades (and Tabletop Adventures before it) is my favorite show. So I would be down for something maybe.
-In EST timezone
-Available evenings during the week / Any time Saturdays
-Never played D&D before
Some questions to help out newbies like me:
-Don't own any rule books, and advice on which to pick up?
-What kind of time commitment does this kind of thing normally take? 3 hours once a week? 6 hours once a month? 2 hours every night?
-Is there a character generator that anyone here has found useful? Or do you need the rule book for that?