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D&D 5e - 1 Open Seat - World of Thalima

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**This table is already left with only 1 open seat - we will take alternates, as players' schedules may change. If you are interested in playing, let us know asap, as weekend slots fill quickly!**

We are excited to announce the beginning of another D&D 5e table!

This is a campaign table set in a world of DM Rachel's design, and is set up to be an epic story with heavy role play involved (see the introduction to the story below!). There is a table cap of 8 players.

**Required materials (must have by Session 3):
D&D 5e Player's Handbook
At least one set of role playing dice (d20 set)
A miniature representing your character

**Characters builds from both of the following are available in addition to the 5e Player's Handbook:
Volo's Guide to Monsters
Xanathar's Guide to Everything

"In the world of Thalima, times are good. Carthos is ever expanding its economic influence, continuing to bring stability and wealth to all of its neighboring islands. The lands have not experienced major conflict in thousands of years, and the varying races scattered throughout the many islands of this world are beginning to get along well and more frequently (even if the dragonborn are still a bit standoffish). On the whole, the people of Thalima are looking at a time of continuing growth with no end in sight.

However, there have been whispers. Whispers in the dark shadows of alleyways and the deep recesses of dimly lit pubs. Something is changed. Stories of kidnappings and home invasions have become more frequent, not just in the urban centers of Carthos, but on the small outer islands of Ownkale, Xiloamasta, and others. Some dismiss these as mere rumor and fear mongering, and others turn to the "Old One" in prayer. But there is one thing no one in the small world of Thalima can refute: fate has weighed heavily on the side of good fortune for centuries. The only question is, how long before destiny chooses to balance the scales?"