Thanks for your interest, but the group has been filled. When This game will be played weekly Saturdays at 7:00 PM CST until the completion of the module. Each session should last 2-4 hours. At the end of the module, if everyone has enjoyed, we can discuss as a group continuing the campaign further through another module such as Hoard of the Dragon Queen or Princes of the Apocalypse. About I am a new GM looking for a group of players. I'm open to new players or battle-hardened veterans, as long as you understand that this is my first foray into running a game in general, and I'm also still learning the Roll20 platform. We will be running the 5e Starter Set module Lost Mine of Phandelver. I plan on running this as more of a theater of the mind type of campaign, and hope to encourage role playing throughout. I won't be handing out XP, but rather level you as it becomes relevant in the story. This module should take your character from level 1 to level 5. System We are using D&D 5e rules. Characters: only Class/Race options from the PHB and Sword Coast Legends book, or pre-made from the Starter Set ( <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> ). No evil characters - sorry, but this is my first GM try, so I don't want to add that challenge this time around. All characters start at level 1. Stat allocation of 15,14,13,12,10,8 as noted in the PHB Backgrounds/Goals: In addition to the typical background chosen from the PHB, if chosen for the game you will need a personal connection for your character to people or events in the Phandelver storyline. For inspiration, see the Personal Goal and Bonds sections on the official starter set character sheets here:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> How to Apply First, make sure you agree to meet the following requirements: I will be on time to games. I will stay engaged while we are playing. I will not be rude or disruptive. I have a mic with good sound quality, a web cam with decent picture quality, and a stable internet connection. I can keep my Doritos and Mountain Dew noises to a minimum I am able to communicate on a timely basis anything that may come up to cause me to miss a session (but, seriously, I'm not going to miss any sessions). If this still sounds like you, then please leave a post on our&nbsp; LFG Listing ( <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> )&nbsp;that answers the following: Why do you want to join this campaign? What's your play style and history with D&D? (It's ok if you are new!) How do you handle (or expect to handle) conflict at the table? What's your favorite type of character to play and why? What character do you want to play for this campaign? Any details (background, race, class, history ideas) are great. If you can, include a link to your character sheet! A little bit about the real you. Your first name, age, and any other info you want to provide. If you want to quickly get to the top of my list, here are a couple of tips. For your post title, use "Paladin for Hire" where you replace Paladin with whichever class you actually want to play as (example, "Monk for Hire"). This will help me know that you took the time to read this whole post and understand it. Additionally, in your reply, nice format and generally proper grammar will go a long way, as clear communication is going to be a key to making this run smoothly over the internet with a group of strangers. Finally, I'm looking for enthusiasm - I'm personally super excited to GM this game, and I want to play with other people who are excited to be at the table. Final Thought Thanks for being interested in this game and taking the time to apply. Depending on how many responses I get, I may not be able to contact every person individually to thank you, so wanted to make sure it was stated here. I'm looking forward to a great game! LFG Listing:&nbsp;<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>