D&D is a wonderful way to hang out with friends and share in an epic fantasy story. If you're a newbie, here's how to have the best possible time playing.
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There are several solid tabletop RPGs out there that you can play with just a group of players. That's right, no dungeon master required!
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If you want maximum social interaction during game night, you can't go wrong with social deduction or bluffing. Hilarious and entertaining!
Why settle for a fun game night when you can have an AMAZING game night?