Suppose a company of friends who played board games with each other for a while wants to try Dungeons & Dragons (finally). What should I read?
@isagalaev You just need a copy of the Player's Handbook
@remotenemesis Thanks! Are there any special well-known gotchas like "don't choose this clone" or "make sure you read that part"?
@isagalaev you do you.
I'd recommending watching Matt Colville's YouTube videos on Running the Game
What kind of experience are you looking for?
@remotenemesis I just realized that there is this whole huge subculture of D&D which we never touched. I just want to see what it is.
(Actually, our go-to game is Munchkin, which is as far as I understand a sort of parody to D&D.)
Thanks for the reference to videos!
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