Is D&D this fun? Never played it. Don’t really have enough friends to play it.
@FP Waiter, I've never played either but from the stories I've heard it's really fun. Lots of players in on a game are more fun but you really only need one other besides yourself.
@FP Waiter, same, and I don't really want to go out looking for groups either
@FP Waiter, it is based on the players willingness to get into the RP and the DMs ability to present interesting challenges for the players to turn sideways.
@AJMalone, I've played one game on a 14 hour bus ride with a teacher and some other kids- it was incredibly fun and I'd love to play more if I knew people to play with
@FP Waiter, I have played once in my life, and I can honestly say it is a riot. Unfortunately with my schedule I miss most sessions with my group.
@FP Waiter, here's a FP discord group for DnD, might help you find a group to play with.
If that fails, you can look at the lfg on Roll20, I've found a few friends that way myself.
@FP Waiter, it's super fun with the right people! You should try it :)
@FP Waiter, depends on the group and the DM. If you can get a good group who likes to roll the same way (either full RPG or in and out of character) and a creative DM who is good at thinking on the fly. Yes any table top is fun as fvck.
@FP Waiter, Go on YouTube, type in heroes and halfwits, watch from episode one. Fair warning, since you've never played it will be confusing at first, but they get better about explaining most aspects of the game as the series goes on, they even start editing in little rules and factoids that are relevant to what's currently going on in the game. Plus they're all fvcking hilarious.
@FP Waiter, I'm hoping a DM joins the Official Funny Pics Discord and starts a group for people like you who want to see about this.
@FP Waiter, only as fun as the people you play with. I had a game going for a few months with some friend and we had a blast. Had to quit once collage started though
@FP Waiter, it totally depends on who you play with. If the group members are all looking to get different things out of the game it can be a little dull, but if you play with good friends who are on the same page, it is really fun
@FP Waiter, yeah man, the ideal number of players is 4 (idk, something about difficulty modifiers, I'll have to ask my DM), but play with as many as you like! It's a ton of fun, especially if you have someone fvcking up the dice rolls all the time! It may or may not be me in my campaign...
@FP Waiter, it's pretty fun, it's just goofing around with your friends, but with rules that keep things grounded.
@FP Waiter, It's so much fun! I'm the GM of my group, and I have to tell you... if you can get into it, it can literally be as fun as you make it.
Ex: The group found themselves in a small town being raided by a raid party of cultists. Long story short; the bard now controls the raid party because the warlock convinced the cultist medic to murder the leader, then publicly stabbed him because he killed the leader.
Also, the bard gave such a compelling speech, the crowd started committing genocide. The bard pulled a hitler.
...my players are evil. Literally, their alignments are evil.
@FP Waiter, it's so fvcking fun
Rolls a 1
@UnDeadSpartan, I did not mean to reply to you... awkward
@UnDeadSpartan, "Break all of your fingers attempting to steal Anubis's belongings"
@UnDeadSpartan, Anubis senses what you are going to do and immediately puts you in chains to be used for skullfcking.
That moment when you can relate to your edgy Egyptian cousin Anubis
I'll admit this actually had me laughing in a super loud way and I probably made some people slightly uncomfortable sitting by myself laughing
Can you imagine ancient egyptian dungeons and doggos? I guess it'd be dungeons and cattas instead
"The slaves are fleeing between a split ocean"
"Dammit that makes no sense"
"Look, Moses rolled a 20, what do you want me to do?"
"Alright, fine...I pursue them through the opening with my army."
While most are amusing, I cringe every time because crits/crit fails only happen with weapon attacks as per the rules
@TheKen42, I rarely use the autofail/autosuccess in any setting. I won't ruin the story by letting a lvl 1 "swing his sword so fast that the sonic boom kills the troll". I remove the temptation of players to try making combat a battle of semantics.
In 200 BCE, you're talking the Ptolemaic dynasty, and they have long had a reputation as nerds as far as history is concerned