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[LFP][D&D 5e] Easy One Shot - Cellar of Death - Friday, Dec 15, at 7 PM EDT / 7 PM UTC


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Date: Friday, December 15, 2017 Time: 4 PM PST / 7 PM EST / 12:00 AM UTC (00:00 Dec 16 UTC) <a href=",720,cn3" rel="nofollow">,720,cn3</a> If the time and date are no good for you, let me know what works and I may consider starting a second session! I am a GM looking to start a group for an easy one shot (a game that takes only one session to complete). This is great for beginners, and players new to tabletop RPGs are welcome. I have played and GMed hundreds of hours of tabletop RPGs. This game will require payment to the Game Master at a rate of $4 via PayPal per session. Roll20 is not responsible for any payment transactions and cannot enforce any private arrangements. Campaign Features The adventure is a dungeon crawl - combat heavy with some light roleplaying. The session should take 3-4 hours. This adventure will be run as part of the Adventurers League (AL). If you've never played AL before, there's the D&D Adventurers League Player's Pack , but basically you can just fill out a sheet at the end of the session that tracks your progress if you want to play more D&D in the organized play system. If you've never played D&D 5e before, checkout this video series: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... The Basic Rules for D&D 5e contain all the rules you need to get started for free: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Read the Introduction and Chapters 7-10 (29 pages in total). Application (7 seats total) Please post applications and questions here. 18+ only. Voice with Discord is mandatory . 1) Describe yourself and a bit about your roleplaying experience 2) What do you enjoy most about tabletop RPGs? 3) What made you pick my LFG post? Character Creation The adventure is for 1st-4th level characters. If you are new to AL, you start at level 1.If you've never made a D&D 5e character before, pre-generated character sheets are available and recommended. Pre-generated character sheets are at <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Pick any of the 16 and use the 1st-level sheet. If you are making a custom character, I have all the player options on D&D Beyond and can share them with the players. This includes use of the D&D Beyond character builder and the full text of the books. Alternatively, I recommend CharForge (has everything), ForgedAnvil D&D 5E Character Generator (has everything), OrcPub2 (SRD only), or D&D Beyond (SRD + you must buy anything extra). Why paid GMing? 1. Defray the content costs. I'm hoping to use the money to buy some Marketplace content on Roll20. 2. Prevent flakes. Players (and GMs) are far more likely to show up and be on time if there's payment involved. 3. It takes a lot of extra time to GM. I spend about 2 hours per game-hour prepping. Reading the adventure, taking notes, cross-referencing rules, finding and making tokens, finding and making maps, setting them up in Roll20, adding NPCs to Roll20, going over character sheets, and organizing the session all takes a lot of time outside the game. It's part of the hobby, but as I'm having to put in prep time I'd rather not have to spend so much on the content costs too. LFG Listing
count me in pls&nbsp;
Count Thesalee Crow in for this AL Adventure. Will probably switch a bit about her instead of being a rogue.
Sign myself and Ri'jon up&nbsp;&nbsp;
You are all invited to join. Please go through the checklist in the campaign forum. There are still a few slots open if anyone else is interested in applying!
I'd be interested if you still have room.&nbsp;&nbsp; 1) Describe yourself and a bit about your roleplaying experience - Started playing about 3 months ago after seeing critical role.&nbsp; Since then I've played a bunch of one shots and started 2 campaigns. 2) What do you enjoy most about tabletop RPGs? - I've always liked cooperative RPG stuff, getting a solid fantasy background in 5e and getting to improv is a bonus. 3) What made you pick my LFG post? - A series of one shots with character continuity seems fun and a bit more laid back than the other stuff I'm doing.