So, we gave 5th edition D&D a go last night. I haven’t played a pen and paper RPG in a while, this edition was super easy to pick up and play. Its defiantly designed to allow people who haven’t tried a pen and paper RPG before to give D&D a shot. I happened to have the beginner’s box; so we used the pre-made characters, while our DM made up an amazing story up on the fly. My little halfling rouge kicked major ass.
There was a reason that we broke from our normal tabletop games:
Two weekends from now we will participating in a 48hr D&D session to help raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network. If you’d like to help us make our fundraising goal you can go here:
If you want to set up your own event go here:
Have you ever found a game you wanted to try, but you couldn’t find people to play it with you so it just kind of gets forgotten about? That’s the problem I had with Three Dragon Ante.
I originally bought this to play in game for a D&D campaign, but that campaign kind of fell through. Well, my current game group found out I had this and wanted to try it out. We needed something to bet with, hence all the gummy bears in the picture…. We all kept eating the money…..
It was pretty fun stand alone game, but would defiantly work well in an RPG as well.
So, my boss stopped by our game night……Guess what we played:
Yah, probably the worst thing we could have played, but we had a blast. He may come play with us again sometime.
The last thing I played for the night was Cthulhu Dice.
My bestie showed me this one a while back, its quick, its simple, its pretty fun.
So, apparently that guy’s girlfriend I mentioned last week complained to him that we made her feel unwelcome because we asked her to play games with us. I’m done, I quit, I can’t win, this is why I shouldn’t even bother trying to make friends. I don’t even know how to interact with her any more.