Maybe you’re about to sit down for your first game of Dungeons & Dragons. Maybe you’ve played before but you’re joining a new group. Maybe your last character died and you’re making a new one. Regardless of the situation, making a D&D character is one of the most important parts of playing the game. Choices you make in character creation can affect the next few weeks, months, or even years of your life. Luckily, it’s hard to make a useless character in the newest edition of D&D unless you’re deliberately trying to do so. Rather than giving you the nuts and bolts of the game mechanics at play, I’ll be focusing on the character and personality aspects of making a new character.
PART ZERO: Question Period
The first step in making a character is to get in touch with your Dungeon Master about the expectations of the game.
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