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Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set Only $8 (Regularly $20)

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Head on over to Amazon or Walmart.com and score this Dungeons & Dragons Game Starter Set for just $8.10 (regularly $19.99)!

This starter set includes a 64-page adventure book, a 32-page rulebook for playing characters and five pre-generated characters, six dice and more.

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  1. Batmom

    Don’t do it!! Its starts off as a starter kit but than you need books about monsters, book on spells, books on different campaigns, lots of dice, figures, then 3D printer to make your own figures, a place to store the figures, paint for the figures, then build a table with a TV in the middle, computer to display maps on TV. then groups of people over every Friday, o and pizza to feed said people. I think I got all of it. Don’t get me wrong my husband, kids and friends love it but it’s a neverending thing.

  2. I'm steering clear

    Isn’t this like a ouija board? Satanic?

    • Daphne Murray

      I was worried about this too when my son was interested in this set. I even told my son I was never buying devil worshiping stuff LOL! Long story short, I ended up purchasing it for him and I didn’t hear or see anything questionable. In fact, he ended up just making up silly little stories/scenarios between him and his friends. Not sure if that is how you play it or not but that is what he did. All in all, they were interested in this for about a month and have moved on. But while they played, I got to see the fun imaginative kids I knew these 13 year olds could be 🙂 And he didn’t want to play video games while they created their stories.

    • Dana

      No it has nothing to do with Ouija board or satanic things. To put it as simple as possible. (It can get way more detailed then this) You create a character. Then you and a group of friends go an some kind of adventure or quest with the characters that you created. One of the friends has created the adventure / quest and runs that game. Then when it is over another person creates a story and you can use the same characters or create new ones and so on and so forth.

    • Bck2DFtr

      No. Only the uneducated believe that. Played it for years. That’s how I got my enjoyment for art. Haven’t played the game since high school, but I’m still doing art and make some money from it from time to time. Sparks the imagination.

  3. Satan

    Your Friendly Satan here. No, I have no affiliation with this game. Feel free to buy and have a great time with your family and friends😂😂😂👹👹👹

  4. d&dmom

    Oh my gosh this has been the best thread I’ve seen in a long time! Best game ever! Stranger things D&D dropping this week 😁

  5. Mama6

    I was skeptical of D&D at first. I have five sons and two daughters. My older five sons loved CS Lewis along with JRR Tolkien. I found that once they began playing D&D they spent more time together as brothers as well as friends. I think they truly enjoyed the adventure and fantasy themes that remind them of Tolkien’s works.They literally played it throughout college as well. My younger kids love CS Lewis and The Chronicles of Narnia. Although they are too young for Tolkien right now, we will see where they are at when they are at an age where they may show an interest in D&D. I like the imaginative piece in role playing games and it truly encourages them to interact with each other as well.

  6. Mama6

    I was skeptical of D&D at first. I have five sons and two daughters. My older five sons loved CS Lewis along with JRR Tolkien. I found that once they began playing D&D they spent more time together as brothers as well as friends. I think they truly enjoyed the adventure and fantasy themes that remind them of Tolkien’s works.They literally played it throughout college as well. My younger kids love CS Lewis and The Chronicles of Narnia. Although they are too young for Tolkien right now, we will see where they are at when they are at an age where they may show an interest in D&D. I like the imaginative piece in role playing games and it truly encourages them to interact with each other as well. I would like to add that we are a family of faith. I do understand why some parents may be hesitant in regards to their kids playing D&D.

  7. Batmom

    I did forget a few things but I think you get the picture. I was sceptical at first too because of it bad reputation. The best I’ve heard it explained is it’s only as bad as the people playing it. It’s all about their imagination going on quests with friends. We have a group of boys over and my husband is the Dungeon Master and I have been pleased on how they have actually stood up to do what was right. But also my husband aka Dungeon Master will have their bad deeds come back and bite them in the butt via an OwlBear. This skit can show how ridiculously cool it is https://youtu.be/FM8sIVzvOlw

    Thanks Satan for staying out of it. 😉

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