Is D&D fun? Dungeons and Dragons is played by over 13 million people from ages 6 and up. It appeals to many players for a variety of reasons such as the storytelling, world-building, simulated combat, magic, having fun with friends, and escapism. But it is fun for you?
You have entered the wonderful world of Dungeons and Dragons. And you’re all set to play a fantastic game. There is just one thing missing… Friends. Sound familiar? Here are my personal tips for how I get my friends to play D&D.
Many DMs have shy D&D players in their gaming group. Often shy players aren’t as active and engaged as their fellow party members. Whether you – the Dungeon Master – encourage shy players can impact the game drastically. So how do you encourage shy D&D players?
Last game night one of my players was absent and it really impacted the story in a negative way. So I wondered: What is the best way to deal with absent D&D players? I decided to do some research and write a helpful post on how to deal with missing players.