#DNDRPG is a Slack Community focused on all things Dungeons & Dragons and RPG related. Once you've joined you'll find channels (think chat rooms) related to the many aspects of D&D and role playing. Anyone can create a public channel, so if you don't find what you are looking for you can create it and invite your friends to join you and chat.
Slack is a messaging app used by teams of all kinds to make it easy to communicate. Slack Communities are open teams focused on a specific topic, in our case D&D and RPGs
Roll an insight check...Don't worry, the DC is very easy! Enter your email address and click the button. Check your inbox for the invite and follow the instructions. You can join the chat using a web browser or you can download the app for your computer or mobile device.
By joining you are agreeing to conduct yourself according to our Code of Conduct.
If you have any problems with the form you can get in touch with us using @falconiers on twitter.
This is a public community and for that reason we've decided to make available a Code of Conduct that we expect all users of #DNDRPG to follow. By joining you are pledging to conduct yourself according to this document.
Introduction yourself in #general. Then take a look at the available channels. There are specific topics for each channel and we strongly encourage you to stay on topic. You can create your own channels and you can also send direct messages to other users.
If you're interested in a private channel for your own gaming group you should send us a public reply on twitter using @falconiers. Let us know your Slack username and we will get in touch with you to create the channel.
The same group behind this website! We are a group of friends who've been playing D&D for several years and also have used Slack professionally in many groups. We talk about gaming all the time and thought that others would be interested in joining us.