Dungeons and Dragons PnP

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  1. Jason Handy

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    Hi all,
    I am thinking of trying to get a pen n paper group of people to play Dungeons and Dragons. Do any of you know if there is an online forum to solicit interest in this? I am interested in getting people local to Charlottesville, VA but I am not sure how to go about it.

    Thanks,
    Jason
     
  2. Danny R

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    The best place to find people is at your local game and/or comic shop. Any quality shop will have a player finder service.
    Wizards of the coast has a forum for finding players as well, which is probably your next best bet.
    http://boards.wizards.com/community-...bb=forum&f=279
    Otherwise just do a search for RPG Player Finder on Yahoo or some other search engine.
    Just don't get involved with these people
     
  3. Jason Handy

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    Whoah, the LARPers are pretty frightening I admit. I am just a DM who is looking for some mature players to play a campaign I have designed. Thanks for the tips.

    Jason
     
  4. Jason L.

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    Lightning Bolt! Lightning Bolt!
     
  5. Trevor Harveaux

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    SLEEP!
     
  6. John Thomas

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    Geez...how many lightning bolts do you get at 1st level Loser?
     
  7. Jason Handy

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    I feel the need to step in and mention that my interest for Dungeons and Dragons is strictly via computer and pen n' paper.

    Most of us RPGers laugh at the LARPers, and some of us are embarrassed because the general populace has a hard time seeing the difference between us heathens who just play it on paper versus the wackos who decide to dress up and play in the woods.

    Just my $0.02
     
  8. Andrew 'Ange Hamm' Hamm

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    Damn. I am really disappointed that someone beat me to "Lightning bolt!"

    Seriously, go to your local gaming shops. They may not necessarily have a service to hook people up, but they are very likely to have a bulletin board.
     
  9. John Thomas

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    Jason, LARP can be really fun if done correctly (meaning in a mature and appropriate manner). The LA-Combat is kinda silly to me, though.
     

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