We may be separated from our friends and family but that is
no reason not to have fun. Now more than ever escapism to a fantasy world is
needed. Luckily for us, Dungeons and Dragons has a long history of being played
virtually. This gives us a multitude of options when playing online.
From theatre of the mind to complex battle maps, the only
thing you really need is a group of friends and some imagination. We understand
though, some players love to see Miniatures, maps, and to hear the sound of the
landscape around them. That is why we have created this list to give you some
advice on how to play virtually.
In this article, we will highlight how you can get started
with what you probably have already. We will also lay out a selection of
software that can be used to make the experience even better. Sure, we can’t
meet up for that weekly session, but that doesn’t mean the villain of our
Did we forget any essential equipment or software on this
list? Leave a comment below and tell us.