I've been going through ideas in my head for the past three days on how I should get my blog on D&D out to the world. Should I make a .com website like my WillQuestion website? Should I ask Donnie at The Next Level Games to let me make a blog on his site to show affiliation and my full support? Or, should I simply post my blog right here on the WOTC community?
Just a little bit ago the person in charge of the Living Forgotten Realms in Nashville, Mike, gave me permission to post in his Yahoo group about the North Nashville D&D Community. I'm really hoping that I get more members and the group does well. I can only hope there's plenty of D&D players around here, like there are in the South and East end of town.
I was happily surprised to see that Wizard's of the Coast decided to make some material free for people who are interested in Dungeons & Dragons. They call it a "Test Drive" and it's a bit like the 14 day trials that online games have a lot of times. What you get to download for free is 'Keep on the Shadowkeep' adventure, Quick Start Rules, 'Kyhber's Harvest' adventure, and a limited Character Builder.
Two days ago I logged on to check what's happening on the forums and they weren't there. So today I searched a bit more around on the WOTC website and found the new community website. So far, this site looks amazing! I just jumped right in. I logged in, posted my photo on my profile and filled out my info. Then I created a D&D group for Nashville since there currently isn't one and I plan on inviting tons of people I know to it to start getting it organized. This website looks like it's going to be THE way to socialize with other D&D players online. I'm so glad WOTC took the