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    Looking for a DM to teach a couple of noobs some good ol' fashion D&D (5e)

    Looking for a DM that would be willing to teach me and 2 of my other friends the ropes and have a nice knowledge of both being a DM and a player. We are looking to play 5e preferably, but if you consider another version better than we would be willing to learn. We have a discord and would prefer if you had a mic to be able to teach a bit better than haveing to type everything. If your intrested add me on steam at czartheking and we will get something set up that will fit everyones schedule.

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    Hey there Czar! I just joined these forums, sorry if you've been waiting for a response for a while. I've never run a campaign online but I would certainly be open to the challenge of learning (I guess it could be a learning experience for us both).
    I've played as a PC for about 5 years, and have run one campaign for some friends of mine. I've never played D&D rules, although I am familiar with many of them, I've mostly played Pathfinder, with rules brought over from D&D.

    If you're interested, I might be interested in inviting a friend of mine to play as well. Assuming you are comfortable with it, and he has the time or inclination.
    I'll also contact you on Steam, see if I get a response there.

    Regards,
    Silent Will

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    Hey Czar! I sent you an invite on Steam. I would like to DM for 5E Starter Set. I read the rules and i think i can handle DMing and teaching them. It will be my first time DMing but i played some Pathfinder before and played a lot of D&D Crpgs, so i'm not totally new to roleplaying games. I think we could have fun See ya

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    czar have you ever found anyone to help you? Ive played since '83 and DM since '91 BUT...... im old school and i use AD&D rules i guess 1st ed there are similarities and differences but easily overcome if your wanting to play some 1st edition rules game.

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