Gepubliceerd: 07 augustus 2021 Hits: 142
Last time I gave a D&Demo (yes, D&D demo called D&Demo) I threw out all the characters I made for the demo the day after the festival. I had used those for a couple of years, and they had become a bit boring. They were a combination of level 1 and 2 D&D 5e, and rather simplified so explaining it all to people who did the demo to learn about the hobby would be easier for me.
As it turned out, about half of the demo-visitors were experienced players who loved playing a short, simple 1 hour adventure at a festival. Usually they would be (partly) a group that was already playing together, sometimes dragging an unsuspecting friend along. If the DM is present (which happens a lot) the fun is really complete, and the taunts are awesome. But level 1-and-2 characters are a bit lacking for an experienced player who has a chance to go wild and not having to care if any character survives the horrors that are thrown at them.
So, I wanted 2 set of characters: 1 set of level 1 D&D 5e characters and 1 set of lvl 5 characters.