We are excited to be offering D&D Adventure League at the store. You can sign up for our D&D mailing list, newsletter and other games on our Mailing List page.
You may be wondering what organized play has to offer players. Organized play is a flexible way to get involved with a roleplaying game (RPG). You can come weekly and get to know the "regulars" that come in every week as well. On the other hand, you may be someone who can't commit to a weekly game. Organized play allows you to come in sporadically to participate in the adventures and play with others without the sometimes difficult time commitment. Whatever works for your schedule. Additionally, these adventures are designed to be 1 - 2 hours long.
There are four tiers for the adventures:
1st Tier, 1 - 4
2nd Tier, 5 - 10
3rd Tier, 11 - 16
4th Tier, 17 - 20
New players are welcome as we will have pre-generated characters on hand. You may bring your own character as well. If you need guidance and help as you look to make your character, come into the store. There are people here willing to help you out and get you the materials you need to start.
If you are unfamiliar with D&D and roleplaying as a whole, here is a quick idea of what it is about:
"The first Dungeons & Dragons game was played back when Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson chose to personalize the massive battles of their fantasy wargames with the exploits of individual heroes. This inspiration became the first fantasy roleplaying game, in which players are characters in an ongoing fantasy story. This new kind of game has become immensely popular over the years, and D&D has grown to include many new ways to vividly experience worlds of heroic fantasy.
The core of D&D is storytelling. You and your friends tell a story together, guiding your heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues, courtly intrigue, and much more. You can also explore the world of Dungeons & Dragons through any of the novels written by its fantasy authors, as well as engaging board games and immersive video games. All of these stories are part of D&D." (http://dnd.wizards.com/dungeons-and-dragons/what-is-dd)