The D&D Adventurers League is an ongoing official campaign for Dungeons & Dragons (fifth edition rules) and a diverse and vibrant community of gamers. You can play D&D Adventurers League games literally anywhere – at your friendly local game shop, at conventions, and even in the privacy of your own home. Unique to organized play, the heroes you create in the Adventurers League follow you wherever you go, making friends and memories in the Forgotten Realms as you do the same at the table.
If you are completely new to Dungeons & Dragons, the D&D Adventurers League is a wonderful way to introduce yourself to this storytelling game. New players and old will find these links most useful when starting as a player in the Adventurers League:
Learn D&D with the FREE Basic Rules: If you do not own a Dungeons & Dragons Player’s Handbook, the basic rules are free and a great way to get started. Some players love to read the rules cover to cover; others appreciate the guidance many experienced Adventurers League players are happy to share when someone shows up for their first game. Don’t feel like you have to be a D&D master to play!
Create a character with the FREE Adventurers League Player’s Pack: Filled with all the rules you need to know about playing in the Adventurers League. The Players Guide in this pack should be your first stop to learn how to create a character. This pack and other helpful resources are linked on the Download page of this website.
Find a Game: Wizards of the Coast’s event finder is a good starting point to find a local game store that hosts Adventurers League games. Once you’re ready to go, bring to the game your character sheet, a log sheet (also in the Player’s Pack, you’ll need this at the end of each game to record your rewards), a pencil/eraser, and a set of polyhedral dice.
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