I warn you, this is not an easy commitment to make. It requires someone who seriously has time during the day ~ at the moment on Wednesday and Thursday ~ who can keep watch on the campaign continuously, jumping in to respond immediately once something has happened. Any one person who cannot keep up drags the whole campaign down ... and that just doesn't work.
It also requires someone who can express themselves in words. Who can write as much as is needed to make their point clear. It requires someone who can read well, who can interact with others in a positive, friendly and supportive way.
It requires someone who can handle a lot of rules and see that as a good thing.
It requires someone that the party is going to support.
It requires a person who won't be mired in old thought processes, in old ways of thinking, in prejudiced ideas of what D&D is. My game is deliberately experimental, because it stands as an example for hundreds of readers who are reviewing, learning and stealing concepts from the ongoing game.
It requires a willingness to be publicly seen, examined and spoken about, after the fact.
That is a tall, tall order.
I have room for One person. If two people really impress me, I could expand the size of the party to five. But waiting on five people is even worse than waiting on four.
Anyone who already supports me on Patreon is bound to be given first priority.
I am sorry for how egotistical this post makes me sound. Trust me: it is the present party I am most concerned about. They have worked, strived, fought for the game they are right now enjoying; they deserve to play with the best. So you will have to be among the best.
|Your chances are best if you're sure these people wouldn't last|
24 hours in the wild.