Begining

What’s a good way to learn to play D&D?
Is there anything really important to know before you start?

<img src=“http://www.rpgclassics.com/staff/tenchimaru/td.gif”> Buying the core books and using them as your bible. And yes. There’s tons of stuff important to know before you start. Hence the 3 bigass books with the core rules, and the hundreds of expansions.

Aww, TD, I Laugh at you. HTML Not enabled? :stuck_out_tongue:

<img src=“http://www.rpgclassics.com/staff/tenchimaru/td.gif”> Pfweh, I don’t like using VB code :stuck_out_tongue:

Yes, I realize that there are books, however, I have failed completely in trying to find them anywhere.

So basically, I’m screwed, right?

<img src=“http://www.rpgclassics.com/staff/tenchimaru/td.gif”> Pretty much, yeah. You could try to find ebooks of them on kazaa or something. But I prefer having my books in hard print.

Good idea. Thanks.

OK, I’ll go crawl back into my corner and not bother you again…

They have the books at WHSmiths or you can download them if you’re feeling cheap.

Originally posted by Gilgamesh
They have the books at WHSmiths or you can download them if you’re feeling cheap.

They have them in Smiths? I was in there and I couldn’t find 'em.

Oh well, I have the downloaded version…although sitting here squnting at its blurry print can’t be good for my eyes.

I’ll have to get the real thing.

Not Smiths, WHSmiths, they’re different shops.

I am aware of that, I call them both “Smiths” as a means of confusing people. I looked in both.

if you are looking for 2nd edition ebooks, have a look in my downloads section at http://rotd.rpgclassics.com/downloads/netbooks.shtml

I’ll have some 3rd edition books up soon. I finally got my hands on a couple of the ebooks.

You can get them from amazon.com or Barnes and Noble (BN.com).