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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 4E adventures designed for one player and one DM? Something to help teach rules (for both DM and player)?

If you have a DDI subscription, see http://www.wizards.com/DnD/Article.aspx?x=dnd/duad/20091201

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.

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/

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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