Past Meetup

Dragons of Autumn [DnD 5E Dragonlance Campaign] Session 0

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Löwenstrasse 12 · Zürich

How to find us

Ask the staff for the SwissRPG D&D event. Please note this is a non-smoking event.

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It’s the Age of Despair in Krynn. The old gods are long gone, the face of the world has changed. Step up to bring the old gods back and save Ansalon in the upcoming war.

Exploration: Medium | Social: Medium | Combat: Medium | Story/narrative: High | Character-background-driven: High | Openness (sandbox): Low

• What to expect
This game is a D&D 5e campaign intended for D&D players comfortable with the rules and new to the setting of Dragonlance. We expect to play every two weeks. Which day of the week and the location will be defined during this Session 0 as well as how the campaign will play.

• Character Creation
Character creation will be handled during this Session 0.

• Join our Discord
In order to receive information from the GM on the campaign, ask your questions and meet your fellow adventuring friends, please join our Discord server ( Please contact Alp there and tell him you are registered for this game to gain access to the campaign's channel.

• What to bring
Pencils, dice (if you don't have any, others can lend you some). As the venue is a cafe/bar, please do not bring any snacks and plan to order a few drinks. Also, please note although the venue has a smoking lounge, the event is non-smoking.

• Please support us
This event is provided to you free of charge by SwissRPG. If you find value in what we do, please consider supporting us with a donation at the following link:

• Important note
We have a lot of members who would like to join long campaigns but very few that are running. For fairness of giving everyone a chance to play, please avoid registering to more than one long campaign. This rule would, however, no longer apply if there are still available spots 3 days prior to the first session date.

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