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Upcoming: How to play D&D with only two players

Image: jscreationzs / FreeDigitalPhotos.netDid you ever want to start a new D&D campaign but failed to find enough players? No? Then you’re lucky!
The last years, I would quite often find either too few people or too many. While having too many people is not much of a problem—you can easily make encounters more difficult, split the group and start two campaigns, or tell some of the players that the group is already full—having too few people is not as easy to handle.

But even if you have enough players at hand there are several reasons why you might want to play with only two or three of them: maybe they are your best friends; you want to play in your apartment which is too small for more people; or you want to play every week but only these two players have time for weekly sessions. What ever the reason is, you’ll find that D&D 4E doesn’t really scale well to parties of two or three adventurers.

I am currently working on a collection on some ideas how to play D&D with only two or three players. I am going to publish parts of the work every week, so check out this site regularly.

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