Why you should try Dungeons & Dragons
(tips from a real-life Dungeon Master)
by Serban, Quartermaster @ The Guild Hall
March 18 2020
The World Is In Ruins
Make no mistake, even when the worldwide hysteria is over, some daily struggles will still stress you out. Wouldn’t you love it if you could escape that hysteria for just a few hours by entering the beauty of distant land?
Be Who You Want To Be
Pro Tip: If you really want to be a half-vampire, half-angel warlock, please make sure it will allow the others to have fun as well.
You’ll Never Be Alone
Not to mention the cherry on top: the community is not limited to our lovely space. Whether it’s on Instagram or one of the many D&D subreddits, you are sure to find a steady stream of things you like. Not just that, but you are always encouraged to throw in your two cents, which makes it all the more fun.
Also, if you’re reading this from a future where the quarantine is over, come by the store and ask the staff for more info on the events, community or anything else D&D related. Until then,
stay safe, for every door could be a mimic!
If you want to check out what our two Dungeons & Dragons events are about, you can follow the links below. Those will be available again after we return full time, but until then, we are working on moving our sessions online, most probably using the website roll20, paired with discord. The Dungeon Master will be provided by us, as usual, and the session will have a limit of 7 players. We will announce when the sessions will take place and how you can register the following days on our Facebook page.