Where Can I Find Games to Play Online?

For face-to-face games:

For play-by-post, the following is adapted and expanded from a post by Peter Seckler on http://rpg.stackexchange.com:

Even smaller boards often have play-by-post. Other tools:

Are there any pre-made D&D adventures designed for one player and one DM? Something to help teach rules (for both DM and player)?

In general, talk over the sort of character that the player wants to play, and the genre of story (investigative, action, adventure, etc.). Start the character in a constrained environment; a village rather than a city. Start with skill checks; you can spend most of a session just exploring the environment. Then start a fight with one simple creature, like a dire rat or a fire beetle. Work up from there.

The Iron Lords of Zekesh is a short one-on-one D&D 5E campaign posted on YouTube, where you can see how this is handled in play.

Where can I get free Dungeons and Dragons adventures?

Where can I find free RPG systems?

Where can I find good, public-domain or Creative Commons fantasy art?

About 17 black-and-white monster illustrations: http://www.therpgsite.com/forums/showthread.php?p=191851#post191851

60 Terrible Character Portraits for Creative Commons Release (actually not so terrible): http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mungo/60-terrible-character-portraits-for-creative-commo

Various old, black-and-white sci-fi and Greek-style fantasy drawings in the public domain: http://public-domain.zorger.com/

http://www.fantasy-art-workshop.com/fantasy-art-landscapes.html

http://imagespublicdomain.wordpress.com/2010/11/13/dragons/

Some beautiful old comic book illustrations: http://goldenagecomicbookstories.blogspot.com/2012/01/frank-godwin-1888-1959-blue-fairy-book.html

You can also search Flickr, turning on the Creative Commons options at the bottom.


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