This is often the first hurdle that people struggle to over come. I’d been wanting to play D&D for years, Daniel even bought me the 5e Starter Set a few years back but I was convinced I wouldn’t be able to find anyone to play it with me.
Earlier this year I decided to start asking around to a few friends and family and to my surprise it wasn’t too difficult to persuade most of them to join me. And now that we’ve started I’ve had even more people ask if they can play too! I really wish I’d just come out and asked a couple of years back… if you don’t ask, you don’t get!
A great introduction is getting them to watch/listen to some Critical Role or other D&D show/podcast. Although make sure you manage expectations by making it clear that those players/Dungeon Master’s are professional D&D players…
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