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Beginner / Improvised DnD!

Beginner / Improvised DnD!

Dungeons & Dragons 5e, Star Wars 5e on Discord

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  • Duration: 2 to 3 hours

  • Number of players: 2 to 6 players

  • Experience required: None

Price per player-session

About the adventure

āœØšŸ§™ FINAL OCTOBER - VERSION 2023 āœØšŸ§™ā€ āœØšŸ§™ā€ EH?: Take the Earth you know now. Add in somewhere between one thousand to one hundred thousand years. Between grey aliens smoking cigarettes at pizza bars in New New York and countless portals to hell casually bleeding demons on to the planet /and/ a second Moon with an unknown origin that deconstructs and reconstructs all organic and mineral matter on its surface monthly, (inhales) you'll find that there's a little something for every one in Final October. Final October is two things. 1. A flexible narrative setting involving both medieval fantasy /and/ science fiction. 2. An improvisation-heavy, table-top role-playing game (TTRPG). āœØšŸ§™ "YES, AND!" This is what I love so much about improvised TTRPGs. That incredible glee people get from a "Yes, and!" Improvising separates from a more rigid ruleset the moment a player asks "Can I (x)?" While early on the narrator will have simpler requests, there will eventually be times where the TTRPG will get its moment to shine as the most malleable form of interactive adventure, using the device that's so damn incredible, we based the turing test on it. /The Human brain/. Here's an example : A player asks if their over-confident drunken monk can haphazardly throw a bag of daggers. They're probably asking because it's not on their character sheet. Well of course they can! Generate a rule that coincides with their action, like making their chance to hit drastically smaller, and reward them inspiration, not forgetting to point out that they're getting inspiration for playing to character at such an extent that they chose narrative over victory! That is /the stuff/ of a good improviser.

Professional Game Master

Jerem Watts

Voice Actor
Game Designer

11 years as a TTRPG player

11 years as a Game Master

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Brings Final October, DnD 5E to the table

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Additional Details

How to prepare

A webcam is optional but preferred. A microphone is compulsory. Please disable automatic input sensitivity in discord (a toggle button above a green bar) and please move the input slider all the way to the left so that I can always hear your beautiful voices!

What I provide

Scene / Location / Event images. Digital Dice & Real Dice. Atmospheric music to match the location and event. Voice acting & my own webcam to show off my 10+ years of theater experience. Spell lookups, loot lists, whiteboard, premade characters. A welcoming smile~āœØ

Content warnings


Safety tools used
  • Open Door
How will character creation work

Players may bring premade characters (level 3) to the session, there are no limits on character creation as long as your character isn't going to ruin the experience by being overpowered. Otherwise, premade characters will be selected at the start of the session and their abilities will be revealed to their players throughout the session.

Players can expect

  • Combat/Tactics: Medium
  • Roleplay: High
  • Puzzles: Medium
  • Experience Level: None

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