We'll post game session info, with character info & back stories as well as a thread for PbPto allow everyone to keep up with the story as well as discuss ideas and allow the DM time to implement player ideas proactively rather than reactively. Please note that I consider D&D to be shared story-telling. I create the story arch, players walk through that arch and create their niche in that arch. There is no such thing as, "I don't want to take up game time with to much chatter." The chatter is every bit part of the game. However, sometimes you'll want to discuss something, "privately", that you all need to know and that the DM permitting will really add to the next session. Feel free to post anything, remember, this is your story, be a part of it's telling.
ATRA (Australian Tavern Raiders Association) is designed to be a meeting place for Australian players/GMs look for games face to face or through the VTT to kick start some tavern/dungeon crawls with plenty of ale fuelled RP along the way. If you are from the other side of the world and work night shifts or some other crazy situation etc and our times are better suited for you come introduce yourself! So please feel free to drop in and introduce yourself and hopefully you can get something happening! Our Kiwi brothers are most welcome also
Baldman Games is David Christ and vise-versa. We run D&D Experience and co-ordinate all the RPGA gaming at Gencon Indy and Origins. For more information check out our website at http://www.baldmangames.com
Updates on shows and such will be posted here as needed.
Are you a parent? Have you shared your love of Dungeons and Dragons (and indeed other RPG's) with your little ones yet? If you have, or you plan to do so, then this is the place for you. My name is Roger (Dargurd on the forums) and as of 2012 I have been gaming for about 30 years now (since I was 12 years old). Now I am the proud parent of two 'up and coming' gamers of my own one of which, my eldest, DM's his own 4ed game on a semi-regular basis with his friends. I would love to share my experiences and to hear about your own. :D
A group for new DM's to meet and share tips, tricks, and suggestions on how best to run a Dungeons and Dragons game.
Share with other DM's your insight, and learn how others are playing the game.
At first, DM'ing can be hard, so why not join others on the same boat as you?
The primary purpose of the Expert Dungeon Master Competitions is threefold:
1. To create a resource for new Dungeon Masters drawing on the vast talent pool of the experienced Dungeon Masters of this forum.
2. To create a fun and vibrant competition that is sportsmanlike and friendly.
3. To showcase the creativity and talent of Dungeon Masters like you.
The competitions generally run for two weeks at a time and are judged by past winners of the competitions. Come on in and give it a try!