elephant1123
 member, 1 post
Fri 11 May 2018
at 21:53
Looking for a slow-paced D&D game, 5e or 1e
Hi, everyone! I'm new to this site, and I am only here for D&D, so I was hoping I could get into a game soon. I can't be online for more than short periods in a day, so I would need to be in a slow-paced game, but I would love to play and am looking forward to it!
What's His Face
 member, 82 posts
Thu 24 May 2018
at 04:33
Looking for a slow-paced D&D game, 5e or 1e
I've been assembling a game that could go multiple directions: plague in a city, sci-fi vs fantasy, adventure on the high seas, gunslingers and psychics  vs knights and wizards, etc. I'm hoping for people who join to talk with myself and each other about what they want, what they can agree on, what they think of the direction I'm heading at the moment, and to do some world-building with me. My philosophy is that it's not my world and your story, it's our world and our story.

Feel free to check it out!

Crisis In Harappa
Mondego
 member, 30 posts
Mon 4 Jun 2018
at 11:00
Looking for a slow-paced D&D game, 5e or 1e
What do you consider slow paced?
Aslanii76
 member, 165 posts
Tue 12 Jun 2018
at 01:31
Looking for a slow-paced D&D game, 5e or 1e
I am running some newbies in a Lost Mines of Phandelver.  Have a look, 3 players have dropped out.  link to another game
V_V
 member, 740 posts
 You can call me V, just V
 Life; a journey made once
Tue 19 Jun 2018
at 17:35
Looking for a slow-paced D&D game, 5e or 1e
In reply to Mondego (msg # 3):

That's a good point.

I have a game that barely started. Introductions have been made, but very little action. We're getting into the first adventure very soon.

This is a "back to the basics" of tropes and conventions, so the character should not be terribly atypical, or opposed to typical D&D conventions. It's worth a look if you don't mind a tad of predictability.

link to another game