Worldwide Dungeons & Dragons Game Day – Player’s Handbook 2

Just got word from Pedro and Wendy over at Imagine Games that we’re a go for March 21st for the next Worldwide Dungeons & Dragons Game Day – Player’s Handbook 2. I’ll be there running sessions in the demo at 12:30, 3:00, and 5:30, as long as people show up to play. For the curious, here’s the text from the Wizards of the Coast promo:

Ready an Action to Play on March 21st!

Prepare yourself (and your friends) to join D&D fans all around the world on March 21st for Worldwide D&D Game Day: Player’s Handbook 2. Everything you need to play will be on-hand, so it’s a great chance for new players, as well as veterans, to band together and find some adventure.

Come try out the new races (such as the gnome) and the new classes (like the invoker and barbarian) while you battle wicked fiends and thwart dark plots. No matter if you’re new to the game or a 4th Edition veteran; we’ll have everything you need to embark on an all-new adventure.

One Dark Night in Weeping Briar – A stormy night, an empty town, and a small girl that holds the key to thestrange disappearances. An adventure for 5 pregenerated 11th-level characters. The characters are:

  • Ilvarra, drow avenger
  • Markaria, tiefling invoker
  • Roswyn, gnome bard
  • Squeaks, warforged barbarian
  • Balasar, dragonborn paladin (uses material from the upcoming Divine Power product)

 

So, if you’re in Winnipeg and interested in trying out the new material from the PHB2, or you’re curious about 4th Edition or roleplaying games in general, come on down and play.

It’ll be fun.

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2 Responses to Worldwide Dungeons & Dragons Game Day – Player’s Handbook 2

  1. Karla says:

    How busy are these types of things usually? At what point does one need to show in order to get a chair?

  2. Rick Neal says:

    It varies wildly. Last 4E demos I ran, I got one or two folks showing up. Last Worldwide Game Day, I ran three sessions back-to-back, and every one was full.

    Having said that, I have no problem reserving some seats; send me some e-mail and let me know what session you’d like to sit in on, and how many seats you’d like. I’ll do my best to accommodate. My address is neal.rick[at]gmail.com.

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