Got someone new at your table? Dawn shares some ways to introduce new players to tabletop RPGs and some advice on how to make their first game great!
This article is intended for someone who is interested in Dungeons & Dragons but has no idea where to start. My intent is to get you on the right path to enjoy D&D.
Welcome to New Player’s Guide, the first stop on your journey to playing D&D. This series has advice for players who’ve just joined their first D&D campaign, as well as Dungeon Masters who want help taking their new campaign to the next level.
Do I play a published adventure, or make a homebrew one? There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, but there are two answers that I’ve found work well for most of the people I’ve talked to.
Although this article is aimed at people who want to get into GMing, the tips are something any GM should keep in mind.
The D&D Starter Set and the D&D Essentials Kit work really well together. In this article we’ll look at how to join up these two products to get the best out of both.
Before you start DMing your games you should know the monsters to avoid for new DMs. These monsters have a few things in common so they should be easy to spot.
If you’ve ever walked by a table running a game you haven’t played before, it can sometimes sound like they’re speaking a different language.
Today I want to go about what you should do during the (not really) all-important first session.
Teaching new players about D&D is best done by not overwhelming them. Unless they are a person who loves systems and mechanics.