Welcome Mark! Here's the welcome message I used to send when I was a Moderator: First off: Welcome to Roll20! If you are looking to dive on in I would recommend against taking the tutorial. It is very old and out of date, and at some point it will break. My suggestion is to check out the Learning Roll20 Course on Youtube, or my own video, Starting from Scratch . Additionally, starting your own test game to play with different features and controls is a great way of getting used to the software and layout! If you are ready to jump into some adventures, check out the Looking For Group Tool and Looking for Group Forum daily for games that may be of interest to you. Also, be sure to fill out your User Profile ! Your "Bio" is where you have a chance to catch a GM's eye with a well-written statement about yourself The "Enjoys Playing" section is important for two reasons: Every entry you put here is a data-point for The Orr Group Industry Report of games being played, and it lets other people looking at your profile know a bit more about you The "Actively Seeks Group For" section is where you can add yourself to the Player Directory for systems you want to play We also have a wiki and a Help Center where you can find answers to a lot of your questions! However, if you can't find an answer, feel free to post in our various sub-forums based on their particular topics. Completely new to Role-Playing Games? Check out our Introduction to Tabletop RPGs wiki page. Good luck (and loot) on your adventures!