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100 Ways to Introduce a New Character


100 Ways to Introduce a New Character

A problem that has faced many Dungeons & Dragons enthusiasts is that of pulling together a party. Often times, a new character might feel like an outisder in an old party, or choose to be a loner. These manifold issues can be problematic for the narrative of a campaign, as important session time is lost on inter-party conflict that does little to develop the characters or further the story.

This supplement should serve to help with this plight. It includes ways to introduce different characters to a party, based on their class or background. It also gives guidance on how to get a new character to stick around with the party, once their original business is finished.

This product was inspired by Christopher Perkins himself, who retweeted the following:

Twitter: @jvcparry
Facebook: JVC Parry

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February 24th, 2018
100 Ways To Introduce A New Character is a product written by JVC Parry and sold on the DMs Guild. The purpose of this product is to help DMs and players who are struggling to come up with a good reason for a new PC to join an existing group or bring [...]
December 18th, 2017
This product seems nice and well written, however it is not what I had thought and hoped it would be. I hate to be critical, but I think that the name should probably be soemthing along the lines of "100 Story Hooks for New Characters". [...]
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February 05, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on December 01, 2017.