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Prof. Amy Lupin
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Dungeons & Dragons

Post by Prof. Amy Lupin » Mon May 21, 2018 11:36 am

I'm very excited to be playing in my first Dungeons & Dragons campaign tomorrow night. It's something I've always been intrigued by, and, as luck would have it, a group has an opening for me.

While I'll only be doing character creation just before we start, it looks like I'll be a Fighter/Elf.

Do any of you play Dungeons & Dragons?
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Re: Dungeons & Dragons

Post by Prof. Amy Lupin » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:42 pm

I've played two sessions so far, and I'm enjoying learning the mechanics of D&D. It might not be something I do long-term, but I'm glad I at least tried it out.
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Post by Alexandra Steele » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:02 pm

I played for the first time last year, after listing to the Adventure Zone podcast. I happened to have a friend who had played in college, so he set up a group with a few others, and we've been playing relatively regularly ever since. My character is a Halfling Rogue (I'd watched The Hobbit right before we did character creation). I've definitely been enjoying it, but I am super grateful that I found someone who was confident enough with the game to act as DM, because I can barely keep track of things for my own character, let alone having to manage everyone else!
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Re: Dungeons & Dragons

Post by Astaria Rivers » Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:40 pm

I played with a group back in undergrad. We would gather in one of the study rooms at the school for a club meeting because it was an official club, and we'd play. The roleplaying aspect is what drew me to it. Plus most of the ones playing were also friends of mine that I played World of Warcraft with and were in the computer club with. They pulled me over and got me addicted. Our DM was great, and always came up with the best stuff. I miss that group.
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Re: Dungeons & Dragons

Post by Mrya Huast » Wed Sep 18, 2019 2:45 am

I play D&D with my brothers, one being the DM the other a player. since there are just two players, we're allowed three characters:
one I made myself being Tipsi the gnome rouge, having an obsession with "shineys" to the point that she has her own '"dragon hoard". The other two were given to me by the gm as a "try this class/don't only play rouges" both being extremely fun to play. One is Zimeia, a part red dragon, part demon, part teifling monk/barbarian who loves fights and dreams to be a superhero, while the other is Kannen, a half hobgoblin half brass dragon bard and prince. who's cocky, loves learning and dreams of being a great leader.
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Re: Dungeons & Dragons

Post by Phoenix Hale » Tue Oct 15, 2019 10:40 pm

I'm in my second campaign at the moment (I got addicted after listening/watching shows like Dimension 20 and The Adventure Zone). Our current game is set in fantasy space and there are a lot of horror aspects. My character is a Gnome wizard named Sofia Ashtoreth Thrust, although she goes by Ash. She's a Chaotic Neutral character and it's been a lot of fun annoying my DM with her shenanigans. It's the first time my character is a full-on magic user as well (I usually do rangers) so that's fun as well!
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