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11th-Jun-2008 02:53 pm
Veedub in da house
Hi there!!
I've been into d&d for a while but it wasn't until a few years back that I got the chance to play.
The group I used to play with were some of my closest friends from high school and my ex-boyfriend. After me and the ex had a major break up, my friends stopped talking to me.
A year later and I'm with a new guy and I have new friends. I really want to start playing again but my boyfriend and my new buds don't know how to play.
Whats the best way to teach someone how to play D&D? I've been tempted to pick up the D&D for Dummies book at Barnes&Noble a few times just to see how is it.
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12th-Jun-2008 04:06 am (UTC)
Well, I was in Jr. High when the game was first popular, and virtually no one "knew" how to play. You just sort of drank it in. Of course, the rules were a lot simpler then. You probably want to have some assigned as a "mentor" of sorts to do the heavy lifting with some of the rules.

Emphasize "React as you think your alter-ego character would, we'll tell you what dice to roll."
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