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This is a follow up to my last video where I shared my preparations for our first session of D&D 5th edition.
Please check that out if you haven’t already so this video makes sense…
Thanks again to Quoc at ROQ Films for letting me have fun with his NEX-7… much nicer than my sport cam!
New to Dungeons & Dragons? Hey, me too!
A new version of D&D just released last month and you can read all about it on the D&D website.
I picked up the starter set and am going to try to get my friends hooked on the game this weekend.
Watch the video to see what I’m doing to prepare for the game.
I do talk about the starter set adventure, but it shouldn’t be TOO much of a spoiler.
And stay tuned for a follow up video where I’ll let you know how it all worked out!
When I’m walking down the card aisle, I totally hope to walk away with a “YES! This is the PERFECT card!”
But it’s usually more like “Bleh, whatever. This’ll do.”
It’s not that the greeting cards are bad… it’s just that they were written for “everybody”, instead of just for me and my situation.
They might be “novel”, but they aren’t unique.
And cards cost what? 5 Bucks these days?
And let’s not even talk about the dorky invitation sets you can buy. Maybe they have fun art on them, but then it’s just “to / from / date / bleh…”
I’m as effective at explaining board game rules to new players as I am at sticking my own elbow in my ear.
With the one or two games that I CAN explain well, I can only do so if the game is already set up. Explaining the game while setting it up is like walking and chewing gum at the same time. Danger Will Robinson… Danger.
In an effort to ease my own pain AND work on some PowerPoint skills, I have created the best guide you’ve ever seen to the game Puerto Rico. A “quickstart” of sorts for new players…