Fiddler Posted December 15, 2020 Share Posted December 15, 2020 I played a ton as a youngster. Started with 2nd edition. A friends step dad would DM for us and it was a blast. Ran multiple characters and really dug the roleplaying I did on those. Then I started DMing for some family and various girlfriends over the years. Playing until just before they released 3.5. Then, due to life, stopped playing. A few years back a friend at work was talking about this podcast he was listening to in which they were playing a game. It was acquisitions incorporated and I was blown away that they were playing DnD for people to listen to. This lead into Critical Role and an eventual re emergence of me as a DM. The next 2.5 years I DMed a campaign for some family and friends. We played nearly twice a month and had a great time. It was an epic campaign with character deaths, betrayals and ended with the killing of a god. Fantastic stuff. Unfortunately for the last two years we haven't played. Scheduling conflicts and the inability to get together as much has led to more board game playing when we get together rather than DnD. All in all though, I love seeing the rise of Roleplaying online. Watching Critical Role is great (hard to beat such fantastic people playing together) and has lead me into so many other enjoyable shows. Channel on Youtube called Roll4it(I believe) has some fun shows that aren't all DnD. I especially love their Vampire the Masquerade game they have been running. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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