DnD Session 2: First contact with the Redbrands.

Session 2 was a short one this morning. Myself and another player both had commitments so finishing early suited us. The session finished after a first room cleared within the Redbrand’s hideout. A nice clean place to stop.

After two sessions, I am (perhaps a little proudly) pretty confident that these experienced players are enjoying my adventure (The Lost Mines is a pretty good one according to most accounts) and they are enjoying my efforts as DM. Certainly my youngest, busy with Roblox on the computer next to me, seemed amused as I role played some NPCs.

I’m slowly getting the hang of Roll20 and it sure is well thought out. I do think practicing the keyboard shortcuts will help though.

At the moment, the hardest part I am finding is my lack of knowledge of the players abilities. Roll20 (and D&D Beyond does it as well) you can click on spells etc and the details show up in the chat. This helps a lot.

I am in two minds about buying resources though. I like the idea of a shelf full of books of D&D, but having spent all my study using online texts or ebooks, I am torn. The coolness of having the books and being able to open them and look at the art etc, vs the ease and less expense of the online. Then there is the trouble of do I buy it in D&D Beyond, or Roll20? They’re not transferable or compatible? Any thoughts?

Oh, as soon as I can I’ll post up this weeks session write up when our scribe completes it, so watch out for that.

Author: Mabaho

I'm a married dad who likes to ride my motorbike and if I ever find the time, to play computer games. This blog started out as just WoW, but has moved onto a whole lot of different things.

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