When I was 12 years old (more than 30 years ago), my parents bought me the Dungeons & Dragons “blue box” set for Christmas. I have been playing ever since, making tabletop RPGs one of the things I’ve done – voraciously and passionately – for the longest period of my life. The first few months or so I bumbled through,
trying to understand the rules. I still remember misunderstanding the movement rules and telling the party that they were moving at 30′ per 10-minute turn – now that’s a thorough exploration! (Remember this was back in the day when the roots of D&D in the Chainmail fantasy
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miniature war gaming rules were still evident – you often had to covert statistics given in inches to whatever map scale you were using…)
Luckily, I soon met Matt Abrams and his older brother Mike. Matt and I were in the same class in school and Mike was three years older and was the consummate DM. Under Mike’s and Matt’s mentorship, I learned the ropes of great DMing and of being a player who turns a set of stats into a memorable personality, respectively. To this day I credit Matt and Mike with my love of story-driven RPGs.
If you’re not fortunate enough to have mentors like Matt and Mike but still want to get into tabletop role-playing games, help has arrived in the form of Erik Schmidt’s new website: Learn Tabletop RPGs
This site fills a surprisingly empty niche on the web – it is designed to introduce aspiring and brand new players to tabletop RPGs. Continue reading