Try Adventurer’s League (AL), D&D 5E organized play!
What kind of D&D AL is exactly?
• It’s more flexible, easy to get in, easy to get out. You see new faces (almost) every time!
• Sessions are time-constrained, so the opportunity for roleplay and character development is restricted (you get more of it if party avoids combat).
I’m new to this. How do I join?
• Easy Option: Just show up ready to play, 30 minutes before the event starts. We will teach you the basics of D&D (if needed), help you to create your character (or pick one of the pre-generated ones). We will even let you borrow a set of dice and give you an empty log sheet.
• Advanced Option:
• Check out D&D Basic Rules
• Download latest Player’s Pack from the DMs Guild
• Read Player’s guide, fill out your character sheet, have a log sheet ready, perform your favorite lucky dice ritual 🙂
Do I have to RSVP?
• It guarantees your place at the table and allows us to prepare better. But we’ll try to accommodate walk-ins as well.
Anything I need to know about the location?
• Loot & XP charges 3$ for a game pass (or 6$ if you would like to borrow their books or boardgames), but the place is great, and they have a Loyalty Program to cushion the impact.
What kind of tiers of play is available ATM?
• 1 table for characters of level 1 to 4.
Is there a need for additional DMs?
• Most likely. Contact the organizer. AL is the great format for both new and experienced DMs to run some tables.
See the comments below regarding what kind of adventures we will be running this time.