Want To Learn How to Play RPGs?

Want To Learn How to Play RPGs?

Do you want to learn how to play a Role-Playing Game, like Dungeons & Dragons or Pathfinder? We do, too, and we just might ask you to join us.


Weird Girls is looking for people to join us on our newest show – it’s all about new players learning how to play pen and paper role-playing games!

Outlaw Moon Games & Toys is hosting ‘auditions’ on December 8th, 2013 at 11 a.m. for would-be adventurers interested in joining our band of brand-new players as they embark on the virtual journey of a lifetime.  Experience the excitement of role-playing, from rolling new characters to leveling up to defeating the most vile monsters in the land. The auditions will consist of a limited number of quick play-throughs of an encounter with pre-rolled characters. For this audition, we’ll be using either the Dungeons & Dragons Basic Red Box or 2nd Edition rules, but those may or may not be the rules used in the final show. Each encounter should take about an hour or less to finish. We’ll be scheduling people at one hour intervals to play through.

If you’d like to join us and be considered for a seat at the table, fill out the following form by Friday, December 6th with your name and best times to play. Don’t forget to tell us a little about yourself and why you would want to join us, and don’t forget to link us to all of your social media sites. We’ll get back to you by December 7th with your confirmed table times.  Remember that we do have limited seats available this weekend, so we may not be able to schedule everybody .

Keep in mind that if you’re selected, we will need you to be available for weekly shooting, currently set for Sundays

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Mark is a web-obsessed filmmaker who has made award-winning series in the past and is working on his next project, Weird Girls.


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