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Solo Adventurer's Guide - D&D Solo Engine

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Have you ever imagined being able to play in a totally unique D&D world that is capable of changing or expanding on its own? Let this guide expand the limits of your imagination and discover that it is possible to play "the most popular roleplaying game in the world" without the presence of a Dungeon Master. Open your mind and be a "masterplayer". Are you brave enough to face the fate that the dice have in store for you?

Guilherme Bento


Have you been kicked out of your weekly D & D group after your Barbarian with Intelligence = 6 hit a member of the group by accident? Has your DM canceled the session due to connection problems? Or are you under the effect of the "Lack of Time" magic from the Reality School conjured up with a third level slot?

And you're still itching to create a character, get into a dungeon, and kick some monster's ass? So maybe D & D Solo is right for you.

It's not fake. You should be thinking, "Man, this does not exist. Tabletop RPG is a social game ..." But ... Why not? "Because you need a DM - duuh." But what if you did not need to ...?

At the core of the RPG, the Dungeon Master is a player like the others, but with some different assignments like the control and creation of the world and everything that is beyond the players' characters. The DM is the one who defines the scene and describes it, then waits for the actions of the players and then reacts to them (or their lack). But what if this could be simulated, as in the singleplayer RPG electronic games?

The purpose of this guide is to present a dungeon master emulator able to simulate the responses that a DM would give to players at a traditional tabletop game and boost your creativity, as if it were a springboard for your imagination, so that you are able to create stories, scenarios and nonplayer characters (NPCs) in a fun, random and unpredictable way.

The Solo Adventurer Guide is all a player needs to play epic D&D adventures without the presence of a Dungeon Master.

Tags: Solo D&D; Solo Dnd; GMless; DMless; Solo RPG; D&D5e; Dungeons and Dragons; Fifth edition; Solo system; Solo roleplaying; D&D Solo Engine.


 
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