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|#8231 - zombehmanifest Be warned, all I have is my crap cell provi…||13 hours ago on /tabletop/||0|
|#8211 - Would anyone be willing to teach me the basics on how a game, … [+] (8 new replies)||11/25/2014 on /tabletop/||0|
#8217 - ecomp (18 hours ago) [-]
To learn how to play the game, buy the Player's Handbook, the Monster Manual, and the Dungeon Master's Guide for whichever version you want to play. 5th edition (the newest) doesn't have the Dungeon Maaster's Guide out yet, so you might wanna try a different edition if you wanna start right away. If you don't have the available money, maybe go down to the bay and meet up with some pirates or something Next step is to find a group willing to play. Pick up a pre-made adventure on the web for first level players, have your friends make characters (or make a character, and have a friend DM), and give'er a whirl.
If you wanna get a group together, just ask your friends. You'll be surprised how many people know about DnD and are interested in it. If not, then just go down to the local comic/nerd store and ask people there. Not even just the store manager/clerk, but most customers will jump at the chance to tell you about the game and invite you to their group.
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#8232 - securityexplain (8 hours ago) [-]
Okay, I see you giving this advice all the time, and I gotta say, I don't think newbies should make such an investment. Especially if they've never even played anything before. Thats not really that small of an investment.
They really don't need Monster Manual and Dungeon Master's Guide, stuff from there can easily be covered by DM's and other players.
And as far as Player Handbook goes, they can just pick up Starter books for free which have everything they need to get started. In addition to participating in a game with helpful, friendly people, thats pretty much all they need to see if they even like this stuff.
The only thing that they stand to gain from purchasing all of that at once on impulse is that they'll grow a noticeable resentment toward the whole genre for wasting their money if they don't like it. I know I did such stuff, and I know people who did (not specifically with d&d, but the concept stands)
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