No, never played it before, and yeah I get the idea, inasmuch as its possible to without actually having played it. Mrs. egg_ has volunteered to be DM but man there's a lot of reading/figuring out.Have you played it before? It’s not like a traditional board game (not having a board for one thing) and there needs to be someone to run the game (Dungeon Master or DM for short). They’re basically part player, part director, and are there to facilitate the players to explore the adventure. There’s no winning or losing, the whole point of the game is essentially storytelling. It can be a lot to put together if none of you have ever played it. It’s great fun once you get into it (I have been playing every Monday night with mates for a year now).
Of course, but how do you get the initial intro to that kind of game, ya know
D&D is very much Tolkien meets Conan the Barbarian but there are loads of different games with a similar style of play but different settings. How old are they? I can ask my friend what he’s recommend (he’s a much bigger nerd than me). There’s RPG versions of sci fi movies like Star Wars and Aliens that could be of interest (never played them).SO! C'mere, what basic dice do you need? And can you set a game in space (cos that's what the kids want)?
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