Game Store Name has been serving the comics and hobby games community for more than 20 years, and carries a full line of Magic and Dungeons and Dragons products. We regularly run Friday Night Magic and we have tables and chairs always available for D&D play…
Some battle buddies and I talked about how D&D helps the time fly by when you are in the desert. This group is to let all those soldiers out there that love to play D&D and thought there would be no one else out there that will want to play. So, if you want to meet up with other deployed soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq this is the group for you.
We exist in secret. We are the myths that frighten child and adult alike. We accept players of WoW that love rouges and mages, and Magic players that love Esper, Grixis, and Blue-Black decks.
Would love to hear from South San Antonio Texans who play D&D of ANY release. Use this group to plan events, discuss D&D in any of it's versions. Work out adventure hooks, co-op ideas. Ultimately, I would like to develop a coalition of Dungeon Masters who could develop a realm and run their games based in that realm. Whether it be Ebb. or Forg. Rlms. or Homebrew, I dont mind. I think it would be most excellent to have a group of DMs who can help develop this and bounce ideas off each other, and use each other's ideas in our own campaigns.
Lords of Tyr is a gaming group that has an an occasional podcast - they are interesting and fun to listen to. Like minded fans can gather here to share your thoughts. There website is at:
My name is Oso de la Fez.
It's been a lifelong dream to be freed from the shackles of the circus and become a real bear. A real bear who is part of an adventuring group, of course. When I was performing as part of the burlesque troop I overheard lots of chatter about this rogue's latest quest or that ranger's found treasure. Oh, how I wanted to be a part of that! Thanks to my best friend, Tabitha and her buddy Teemu, my dream was realized. They busted me out!
And then I realized I had a second dream. (A bear can never have too many.) I wanted to be a familiar. How lucky can one bear be? That dream was realized too! (Thanks, Tabby. And my apologies for anything I might say or do to you and your friends in the future.)
I know there are more familiars-to-be out there that share my love of adventuring. If so, join this group! And tell your PC's to join too. It's a familiar safe haven.