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The Dirthut: Dungeons and Dragons

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Hi. So, I recently got Tabletop Simulator ( Thanks Rebel ) and I know The Dirthut have been kind of interested in a Dungeons and Dragons session if I could set one up. Basically, I have a map ready to go and be played. I just need some players. Tabletop Simulator is kind of cheap, and has plenty of other games on it, not just D&D. So what I'm proposing is, if you get Tabletop Simulator we as a community could organize some more games for us all to play, and enjoy.

 

As you can see on the store page the game on it's own is £11. However, if you wanted to  buy a 4 pack it would cost you £30. ( You'd save yourself some money if a few of you come together to buy it. )

 

So what do you think. Are people still interested in this? Let me know.

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Honestly love the idea of D&D but never done it ;_; I'd love to partake, and would definitely buy the 4-pack with some other peeps. LET'S DO THIS! PogChamp /

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A date has been set. Go to Astro to sort out your character sheets and be ready for Friday, the 14th of November. And you little shits better appreciate this event because it's cutting into WoW time.

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