FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I just show up to play?
Short answer, not really. We use Warhorn booking to schedule all of our sessions because sometimes our tables get quite full. If there's an adventure you really want to play on, please use the WAITLIST option. Warhorn is totally free to use.
Okay, how do I sign up on Warhorn to reserve my seat?
1. Create a Warhorn account here: https://warhorn.net/signup
2. Once you've done this and verified your email address, register to join the Melbourne DDAL by clicking the Register button on this page: https://warhorn.net/events/melbourne-ddal
3. Go to the event schedule (https://warhorn.net/events/melbourne-ddal/schedule), find the day and session you want to join (make sure it’s the right venue and time - we run games at multiple locations some days) and click the button that says 'Play' next to it. If the session is full, the button will say 'Waitlist' instead.
4. Don’t worry if a session is full! People sometimes withdraw on the day and make room for waitlisted players. Keep an eye on it on the day of the session and see if a spot becomes available for you.
5. As a courtesy, and also as part of our Code of Conduct, it is your responsibility to let the DM know that you've withdrawn, if you need to withdraw close to the start time. It's also best practice to let the person who is waitlisted after you to know that they're in!
I’ve signed up - now what?
Not much! Just show up on the day.
If you want to bring along your own character, there are a few creation rules:
If you'd like a more in depth description, please check out Jame's FB post here.
We have a Code of Conduct to ensure that everyone has a good time at Melbourne D&D Adventurers League and stays safe.
But mostly, be nice and respectful, or leave.
What's an EPIC?
Epics are exciting multi-table events where participants cooperate in a “mass raid” of truly EPIC proportions; as every table works toward the same goal, individual tables act as squads that might take on different tasks, possibly affecting other tables or unlocking side quests needed to progress the event.
Can my child play with me?
As a club, we advertise that we're 18+ as some of our venues are licensed. That's not to say your 13-17 year old child CAN'T play with you, but we need you to work with us to make it happen so that we are compliant with VIC law. Please see our Age Policy on our Code of Conduct for more information.