So @Comic and I are thinking about hosting D&D with people from [ag] once or twice a week. We are looking for 3-6 players (Even if more than 6 are interested you can still pm me). We will both be DMs as I am still learning, and he is rather experienced. Things you need: Dedication - You should show up every week. Discord - Easy to use and just very simple. Other things: We will be voting on a day and time we meet (Comic and I live within the eastern stand timezone,) and if you have something coming up, as long as everyone is in agreement, we can change the scheduled occasionally. I.e, if your best friend has a wedding on the day we are supposed to play, we can change it up so you can do both. The campaign is planned to be 3-4 weeks, and if this goes down well, we can have a new campaign with either the same or new characters. Comment and add me if interested. @Comic wrote this I'd like to say to anybody who has never played before it will be beginner friendly for you! We don't at all mind having to explain rules or walk you through things, as it's all part of the job. And if you have never played before and think you won't like it, I can assure you it is truly a game for everyone. Think about an open world game, such as Skyrim or Grand Theft Auto. People always talk about how you can do anything you want. A famous quote from Todd Howard, lead developer of the Fallout and Elder Scrolls series, is "You see that mountain? You can climb that" However, game engines will always have limitations. You can't truthfully do anything you want. You can't spin a sword around, using the blade as a handle and the handle as a bludgeoning, (a technique known as half-swording). You can't slay a horse and use it's corpse as cover from arrow volleys. You can't tie a piece of rope to well made, grapple arrow and use it as a makeshift zipline to escape a battle when things start looking grim. All of these things you can do in D&D, and infinitely more. If you can think it, you can most likely do it. I'd also think that most of the people here have played RP servers on GMod too. This is kinda like that, but more in depth. You will undoubtedly become attached and invested into your character, having discussions with your 'party' members as them. It truly is a freeing and wholesomely fun experience. So come on and play with us. You don't have to be a sweaty nerd sitting in your basement like Electron (ouch), you just have to be willing to use your imagination and embrace your creativity. Thanks for reading. P.S it would be nice if you had a mic.