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Anonymous said: I was wondering how you got into DnD? I really want to start playing but no one I know has ever heard of it haha. Would you mind giving some basic tips for beginners?
Hello! I don’t actually play DnD, our group plays with a sort of a mixed ruleset(it’s just quicker to say dnd instead of tabletop RPG…). BUT in any case, I got into it when we talked about it with my friends, and then mimeklou told us that she knew the ropes and offered to DM for us. It took several months before we actually gave it a go, but at least I got hooked right away! I can’t really give any basic tips for beginners since I’ve played very little, and our rule set is pretty unique(I think?). Maybe get like a starter kit or something similar(DnD 5th Edition recently came out), get a couple of people together who would be interested to try it out..? You could also try and form/join an online group as well!
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What I meant to say was that you should have someone at least a bit knowledgeable about the basic rules (how to move, levelling, stats and monsters) who is willing to DM for you and make a fun story. Own dice for everyone, some player handbooks or printouts of your characters and lots of snacks and drinks.
In your party it would be a good idea to have a healer/tank, a ranged fighter and a close combatant so that you’ll be balanced and won’t get into trouble.
My group doesn’t really use the DM book or map tiles or anything since were poor students but we like to draw out our own maps and if we really want to we’ll use cardboard cutouts of our characters.
Basically how cheap or expensive you want to make it. :D
The most important thing is that you have some goal to strive towards and have a blast playing. It’s a great bit of acting, storytelling, humour and creativity boosting and also a great way to meet new people!