All of us were new gamers once. And many of us still play with new gamers from time to time. And, let's face it, something like Dungeons & Dragons can be confusing for a new gamer. Thankfully, there's those out there that have created guides to getting a new player up to speed as quickly as possible. Kort'thalis Publishing has created such a guide with their Crimson Dragon Slayer D20 guide. You can pick up your copy now. It's free, so why not check it out?
About the guide:
For months, I've been running D&D 5e on Roll20, playtesting various adventures and locales for my upcoming book Cha'alt.
What I wanted was an extremely rules-lite and old school cheat-sheet for 5th edition that I could show players to give them the basics - how I run virtual O5R games. Crimson Dragon Slayer D20 is the culmination of that desire.
You'll get fast and easy to reference bullet-points in order to make running D&D a snap when you only have a couple hours to play and half the table are noobs, distracted, unfamiliar with the OSR style, or maybe English is their second language.
Crimson Dragon Slayer D20 will save all of us precious minutes before every single session, getting players up to speed and ready to immerse themselves in sword and sorcery adventure.
Also, the look and feel of this PDF will set the tone for your game... bloody parchment that gets down to business! Kort'thalis Publishing is fortunate to have David Guyll doing the layout.