I'm planning on running a brand new 4e campaign. The world is mine to create and will not be ran off of any preexisting campaign module(s). This will basically be on a first come first serve basis and, of course, will depend on everyone's schedule. I like running campaigns as often as possible so if you are a busy body and don't have adequate time to devote... then this may not be for you.
What I expect from my players:
1. Read. I expect you to have, at the very least, skimmed the rule set of D&D 4e, including but not limited to, The Players Handbook 1,2 or 3.
2. Have a microphone and, or a webcam. (Webcam not required.)
3. Come ready to release your inner nerd, or outer, as the case may be. Be ready to RP(role play) and delve deep into a back story for your character. This helps me make a better experience for all players involved.
4. Be patient! Because I only require a minimal amount of reading before we begin, some of the newer players may still be unfamiliar with the rules. I understand how it is to be a veteran of the game and have to carry the newer players but we were all in there shoes at one point. In fact, I come from a background of AD&D which is very different from 4the Edition. This means that, I too, am still learning some finite elements of 4th Edition.
5. DON'T POWERGAME! Honestly, this should be my number one rule because it's just that important. Seriously, guys and the occasional gal, I understand character optimization, but don't come into this with the mindset that you wanna be the very best, like no-one ever was. It's not happening! There is always that person and it's nothing but annoying. Just be creative and give your character flare. You won't hack up party members or blast everything you see a single gaze. Humble yourselves. You WILL NOT break my game. It is simply impossible. Don't even try. Waste of time.
6. Have fun! Of course, this is what it ultimately comes down to. We are here to be as social as a virtual tabletop will allow the introverts of the world to be all the while blasting imaginary foes to smithereens.
What players should expect of me:
I enjoy running campaigns and will do my best to give an immersive experience that flows with most everyone's style of play. I expect to spend the maximum amount of my free time possible, creating the world in which your characters will be involved. I will extend my knowledge of 4th edition D&D to all players that need it, to the best of my ability. I plan on giving the best quality aesthetics that I can give, within the VT itself. I frequently incorporate my background as a graphic artist into creating a better and more versatile aesthetics.
That pretty much sums it up. Be aware that I have had to remove players that just couldn't handle these very simple rules but most people fit right in. So now all I need from you is a post stating your interest, your level of expertise with 4e(if not 4e then any other experience with a d20 based system), the time zone in which you currently reside as well as how often you will be able to play and what times, and lastly, any voice chat service you may be familiar with. The ultimate goal being finding some middle ground in which we can agree upon.
P.S. Don't come with any pre-made characters. This is from the ground up, and sorry if you were spammed with a link to this post. I had to get the word out and a link is easier than people searching through the whole LFG section.
P.S.S. You can check out screencaps of my, currently running, campaign here <a href="http://community.roll20.net/discussion/390/take-some-screenshots-of-your-campaign-and-share#Item_28" rel="nofollow">http://community.roll20.net/discussion/390/take-some-screenshots-of-your-campaign-and-share#Item_28</a>.