This article is so timely for me. I’m playing D&D for the first time for my 32nd birthday party on Saturday (actual bday Sunday), and myself and several party members have social anxiety. I posted this on the event facebook page and everyone is like omg thank you. so yeah. Oh em gee thank you.
As a DM with anxiety, I heartily endorse talking with your DM before a game. My entire enjoyment is derived from my everyone in the party having fun (and killing things). I would bet that most DM’s feel the same unless they’re just a vindictive prick who wants to abuse his players, in which case I’d recommend trying… Read more
And while it’s not optimal, you can play DND pretty passively if you need time to warm up to it. You can just follow the party around and just toss out a spell or attack when prompted. That way you can just observe, get a feel for the style of the campaign, and jump in when/if you feel ready.
I’ve never played the original game, or this game, but was curious when it hit Steam for free. I downloaded it, and like the others that were new to the game, I felt COMPLETELY and utterly lost. Had to research online just how to start the campaign, and even then, it doesn’t really feel like I’m getting ANY of the… Read more
Hell yeah! This re-imagined album has been amazing.
This calls for a celebratory Jelly-filled doughnut!
I’m the odd person in out in that I like the bare-bones nature of the current library.
I’m somewhat disappointed in Hasan (but still support him), bc he could easily avoided this drama by being less outrageous in his wording by rather saying that the responsibility for 9/11 was largely a function of US imperialism in the Middle East, which lead to the creation and objectives of Al Qaida.
Yeah, I really liked it but it really needed more time to breathe and let it’s ideas and story set in. I know it’s DLC and definitely on a budget but I completed it in about 2 hours. It needed to be at least 4 or 5. More quiet moments like the slime clearing section were definitely needed. Like a longer segment of… Read more