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The Brooklyn Strategist Presents: D&D Encounters
A deadly curse is afflicting the world of Faerun, draining the vitality from those who were once resurrected, forcing them to face the deaths they once denied. Scholars around the world are scrambling to understand the curse, but the world is running out of time! Join us for D&D Encounters and gather a party to explore the perilous jungles of Chult, find the source of the death curse, and save the world! With the release of the new Tomb of Annihilation D&D campaign, this is the perfect time to hop in at the beginning of a grand adventure! D&D Encounters is a weekly casual meetup for adults at The Brooklyn Strategist on Court & Sackett. Our store can supply all necessary items for play, but players are welcome to bring their own character sheets and materials. We encourage players to come back every week to continue their adventure with the same party, but consistent attendance is not expected or mandatory. Entry fee is $10. Store passes can be purchased for $80, which covers 10 sessions of play. Play begins around 7:15pm and ends at 10:30pm. Late arrivals and early exits should try to notify their DM in advance, but are rarely a problem. Encounters welcomes brand-new players every week, so don't hesitate to jump into one of our tables with no prior RPG experience. Contact rpg@thebrooklynstrategist with any questions! Adventure Awaits!

The Brooklyn Strategist

333 Court Street · Brooklyn, NY


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Welcome to the NYC D&D Meetup Group!

Dungeons and Dragons is the most popular tabletop role-playing game of all time. The game is played with about 6 players. One person takes the role of storyteller, AKA the Dungeon Master, and narrates the story in a medieval fantasy world filled with magic, monsters, romance, intrigue, and adventure. The rest of the players take on the roles of individual fictional characters and explore that world, often becoming heroes in the story. The story is like a completely interactive "choose your own adventure" book. Different shaped dice are used to determine the outcome of attempted actions.

Scheduling games of D&D is a little more complicated than just showing up for a game. There are three different ways people assemble to play D&D.

We have the "open to all" meetups that are on the first Saturday of the month in Manhattan and the third Sunday of the month in Brooklyn.

We have the RPGA Organized Play meetups which are every Tuesday night.

We have "Campaign Gaming" where DMs run longer adventures that span several weeks.

Please read this on the message board for more clarification. We schedule most of our games using the site, so it will be helpful if you Sign-Up there using the same display name as the one you used here.

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