Prior to March 2020, I had no interest in Dungeons & Dragons and knew very little of it. A friend of mine said he was in a game, and after lockdowns started, I requested that he and a few of our friends get together for a game. This is where I started with my very original elf ranger. I quickly became obsessed, and playing once every two weeks was not enough. I watched over 100 hours of YouTube and Twitch of just D&D content. I joined the D&D official Discord and the DNDBeyond Discord. I found a Dungeon Master looking for a few players to test run a game for his main group. This is where I found some of my closest internet friends. We split off from that DM, as his style did not mesh with us as players, but we quickly found another group of folks, combining our 4 with their 3. We somehow got very lucky - we had the opposite problem of most TTRPG groups - EVERYONE wanted a chance in the DM seat, and we were in three rotating campaigns with one another, all with different DMs. Fast forward to 2023, and we're still all friends. It's hard for us to come up with time now with how much our lives have changed in the last three years, but I will always be thankful for D&D for giving me some great friends, an amazing life partner, and a love for imagination, roleplay, and games with those who share a passion for storytelling together.
I'm a huge fan of roleplay in my games, to set the scene of the players and create group dynamics. Mystery, suspense, and horror are all elements I love in games at some capacity.
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