Dungeons And Dragons: Personal Narrative Analysis

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1.Play with a group. Dungeons & Dragons is not a one or two person game. I tried playing it with my dad and my character was destroyed in the first round of combat. 2. You need the rules to play. Before I even started playing Dungeons & Dragons I had to read three books (Players Handbook version 3.5, Dungeon Master's guide, And Monster manual) 800 pages later I still wasn’t ready to play. I needed to make a character, Find a Dungeon Master, and find a few willing friends to play with.Image result 3. There are 6 versions of Dungeon & Dragons. I play versions 3.5 and 5 but there are also versions 1, 2, 3, and 4. 3.5 is the hardest version and 5 is easy so if you’re a beginning player you want to choose 5. 4. Becoming a Dungeon Master. It took me two years to get up to becoming a Dungeon Master. The Dungeon Master controls the map and any other living thing or dead thing but the players. That means everyone and everything. I need to know everything from the price of a healing potion to the hit points of a Dire Wolf. I need to know what everyone has in their inventories and what they look like. I needed to make a story, type it down, and stick to it. If you …show more content…

Building a character. Everyone needs a character. First thing I did is choose a race. The different races include humans, halflings, gnomes, dwarves, elves, half elves, and half orc. Each class has its different pluses and minuses I chose a Dwarf which is a medium creature. Then you chose a class. The classes are, Fighter, ranger, Barbarian, Bard, Rogue, Monk, Druid, Wizard, sorcerer, and Cleric. I decided I wanted a dwarven Cleric. Then you pick your skills and strengths. I rolled for gold and bought supplies. That is what building a character is like. 6. Dice Rolling. There are six dice in Dungeons and Dragons. There is the d4, d6, d8, d10,d12, and d20. You use the d20 the most. It is used for attack skill, checks, Saves and more. The rest of the dice is most likely for

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