Roleplaying Games

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Front Cover of the First D&D Booklet

Do you own a pencil, a sheet of paper, and a large helping of imagination? Do you enjoy problem-solving, lateral thinking, and laughing with friends? Have you ever considered that your true self might be better described as a half-Orc cleric with a subtle sense of mayhem?

You should play Dungeons & Dragons. No, really. 

D&D and other roleplaying games (usually shortened to RPGs) offer players the chance to create their own characters from the races and classes available. Players then work together to complete quests and battle monsters, thus gaining experience points in the game. More experience equals access to better weapons or stronger spells, and teamwork stitches the disparate band together into a unit whose various skills complement one another. Dragons and other monsters, beware!

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Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition


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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game


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