Want to Play “Waterdeep: Dragon Heist” with DM Dave? Dave is going Pro.

Two adventurers follow a river to a city sure to be chock full of mysteries and adventures as the sun sets over the land.

When not recording or editing “Leaders N Legacies”, Dave likes to DM Dungeons and Dragons. One of his favorite adventures is “Waterdeep: Dragon Heist“. It’s never the same twice and players always make the different choices than the last group to go through. Now is your chance to play with Dave. To help offset costs for the Podcast Dave is trying his hand at Pro Gamemastering/Dungeonmastering? Want to joing in? Look for Dave and this adventure over on Startplaying.games to get started on our adventure together. You and Dave will work together to get you ready for the challenges you and the party will face.

Half a million Dragons (dragons are gold pieces) are hidden some where in Waterdeep (the city of splendor on the Sword Coast). 4-6 players will band together to see if they can beat 1 of 4 Big Bad Evil Guys (BBEG) to the treasure. Your group will be tested, aided and spied on through out the adventure. Can you all get to the treasure before the bad guys do or will your party perish in the attempt? The only way to find out is to join the adventure.

Our session 0 will be on 10/4 at 7:30 PM ET. We will be playing on Roll20, D&D Beyond and Discord. You will get access to a crazy amount of character race and class options. To join the campaign, head over to Startplaying.games to sign up. The first two players to signup get 50% off the first session ($10 off). For the price of a movie each week you can have the adventure of a lifetime in the City of Splendors. If you mention Leaders N Legacies when you sign-up, I will send you some Leaders N Legacies stickers. Only 6 spaces in the game.

Played “Waterdeep: Dragon Heist” before but still thinking about joining us? I will open the adventure with a different challenge and weave in different stories through out. We can try to pick a BBEG you didn’t face. Never the same twice. Not even close.