Dance Dance Resurrection: A Glitchtastic 5e Module
Dungeons & Dragons 5e on Discord, Google Hangouts, Zoom
About the adventure
With four levels for players to choose from (Easy, Adept, Expert, or Insane), Dance Dance Resurrection is a chance to party in a D&D club, vanquish some comically problematic villains, and perhaps even peer pressure your friends into partaking in some substances or busting a move or two along the way. No matter what, you can bet there will be some recommended tunes, suspect people, and cute looks or fun lighting recommended. Description from Module: "Set in the Underdark night club Tomb of Bad Decisions far from light, life, and sanity. Anything can happen in the Tomb of Bad Decisions. Enter knowing this night could be your last, and then make it absolutely worthwhile. Each play through of this game is different and if you enjoyed playing once, I'll gladly adjust to ensure you aren't getting a bunch of repeat encounters! Module Written By: Oliver Clegg Illustrations By: Kevin Miller
How to prepare
Please have a webcam and microphone (preferably with headphones). Light familiarity with 5e rules is recommended, though I am always happy to remind people. Having a character somewhere between levels 6-9 is suggested. Please have access to that character sheet, dice or an online roller, and a party ready attitude! If you need assistance with character creation, feel free to book a one on one with me or reach out via message.
What I provide
I'll bring a killer playlist, NPC images, silly voices, and likely some fun lighting in my video backgrounds.
This game is potentially a one shot, but it could be a minor campaign with several trips through the club at each level. There will be four major scenes in each level with a potential combat encounter in each one. The fourth and final scene being the "boss battle" of the encounter. Each scene has a recommended song pairing and a delightfully reskinned D&D villain to a clubgoer with misgivings, faux pas, and/or full malevolence.
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How will character creation work
Levels 6-9 recommended, the more difficult the level your group may pick, the higher the level you may want your characters to be. I recommend creating your character beforehand. If you need assistance with character creation, feel free to book a one on one with me or reach out via message.
Players can expect
- Combat/Tactics: High
- Roleplay: High
- Puzzles: Low
- Experience Level: Intermediate
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