Pretty much what the topic title says, though if you want to be specific it's actually Pathfinder. Which is pretty much the same. Ish. I don't know I haven't done much actual Dungeons and Dragons.
Anyway, tangents aside, I've gotten the hang of both Pathfinder and a website called Roll20. Some of you may be familiar with this, especially if you're a tabletop RPG enthusiast - it gives you all the tools you need to recreate a tabletop experience online. Granted, it's not quite as interactive as something like Tabletop Simulator, but at least no one can flip the table here
At any rate, I have no solid ideas for a campaign, but I've definitely got a brief spurt of inspiration to work with so that's something. The big thing right now is to get people to play with me; that's the main reason I've made this topic.
So, without further ado, if you're even remotely interested it'd be great if you could sign-up with this very brief sheet that'll help me figure out if this is remotely plausible with my (albeit pretty open) school schedule:
Timezone: PST, EST... other T... that kind of thing. Gives me an idea of how badly I'm going to inconvenience you and vice versa.
Rough Schedule: Give me some dates/times you'll probably be available. The more exact you are, the more helpful it is. ^^
Roll20 Experience: Have you ever used Roll20 before? Feel free to elaborate as much as you want. This'll help me figure out how much explaining I'll need to do.
Pathfinder/D&D Experience: Since Pathfinder isn't too far at its core from D&D (albeit purportedly more complicated, but I wouldn't really know), I'm mixing them both here.
Preferred Class/Archetype/What-have-you: Okay this bit isn't really necessary but it's also nice to note everyone's preferred playstyle (or lack of preference if you're not sure). The core classes in Pathfinder are pretty standard fare: things like rogues, fighters, wizards, and clerics, among several others. If you really want to do your homework, Googling (or Binging, but no promises that'll work ) something along the lines of 'paizo pathfinder [class]' will get you all the rules for that particular class. I don't advise doing that unless you really want to make long-term, meta plans for your character or the party at large.
So yeah, there you go. Let's see where this leads.
P.S. through the magic of Discord we can - and preferably will - make use of voice chat. It is okay if you don't - or can't - talk, but if people do wish to use voice chat it will be very helpful if everyone else at least listens in so conversations don't get too disjointed. ^^