DnD gaming online


#1

Does anyone know a good place to try and start a DnD camping online?


#2

Roll20 and r/lfg (on Reddit) offer some excellent ways to find good groups. Just let the potential GM know you are new to it, if you are.


#3

Hey thanks for the quick reply I’ll check them out in a bit. :grin:


#4

http://dnd.wizards.com/products/digital-games/mobiletablet-pcmac/roll20


#5

Well I made a roll20 and it seems pretty simple to use. Gonna see if I can find a group that needs a wizard.:joy::joy:


#6

I know Divinity Original Sin 2 has DnD features, don’t know how in-depth it is but I’ve read many reviews praising its use to run a DnD campaign, pretty sure you can create your maps, stories, levels, not too sure about creating enemies or they give you a template and figures to use, you can create your character though and mods help a ton.


#7

Try checking out YT videos on D:OS 2 Game Master mode. I watched a vid that’s run by Alex-somewho that I can’t remember his name, and it looks quite fun.

As the GM (or dungeon master), you’re given a template of the game’s creature models and you can alter the world to its smallest little bits in real-time.

Don’t know about mods, tho :man_shrugging:t4:


#8

Don’t see why they wouldnt allow it, they basically give GMs access to all of their assets, plus I have a mod that mentioned that it can be used for GM mode so I figured mods can be put in :roll_eyes:. I think it was the Expanded Character Creation mod, not too sure…I have a lot of mods… :neutral_face:


#9

I played for years on the Giant in the Playground forums (it’s for the D&D webcomic Order of the Stick, which anyone unfamiliar with should definitely check out). Huge play by post community, millions of posts. A warning: player and DM drop rates are high online. I recommend joining multiple games in order to make sure you have one or two that make it out of the starting gate. Fortunately there’s dozens starting at any particular time.


#10

Well if all of you are open to we could start a campaign somewhere.


#11

I usually comment on DnD requests and say I’ll play because I loved the little crappy one I did some years ago but I don’t have time haha, too busy :expressionless:.

Reason why I tend to stick with single player rpg games or just pick up and drop type games


#12

What is that ? DnD? I heard it is dragons and dungeons, but what is exact porpuse? How do you play it?


#13

Its basically a pencil-and-paper RPG that you play with friends or a random group of people, people come up with their own characters, stories, landscapes, lore; etc. Quite fun actually, requires some serious creativity though.

The crappy DnD one I did years ago was enjoyable, pretty fleshed out and interesting when we only had a few days to build everything.