Okay, assuming you have done literally no research I would start with a quick video to introduce you to the basics.Xmann wrote: ↑Fri Jul 01, 2022 6:55 amLiterally by myself and would like to learn.Redfive wrote:If you have a group in person, what Blackhawk said.
If you don't have a group but want to try playing online there are several virtual tabletop (VTT) programs you can use. I use Fantasy Grounds Unity, but there is also Roll20, Foundry and several others available.
Do you have a group of people or are you literally by yourself and want to learn?
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This one does a very good job of giving you a high level overview of things without getting too bogged down in details.
Secondly, you should join the OO discord if you haven't already. Here's an invitation link:
Message me if you want when you get on and I can be available pretty much any time (I keep it in the background while at work) to answer questions.
If you are available this evening we are playing at 9 CST and you would be more than welcome to hop on discord and listen. If interested I'll show you how you can download Fantasy Grounds (VTT). It's free for players as I have an ultimate license as the DM. If you choose to join us tonight I would seriously suggest you watch at least the video I linked above as we are in the middle of a multi-session dungeon and we will get into the jargon rather quickly.