Sly Flourish on Finding Players
Our goal here is to help tabletop gamers find new friends and bringing them together to enjoy the fun of the tabletop gaming experience. It is a great stress reliever and good social experience for many folks, giving them a break from the real world. Occasionally we like to post parts of articles from other web sites who have some good advice for us. Mike Shea, also known as Sly Flourish wrote an article a couple of years ago that continues to be a good source of ideas. His short article on Finding Players using a variety of sources is solid and practical. I recommend not only reading his suggestions but giving them a try, the results might surprise you.
Of all the difficulties facing your D&D game, the greatest will always be finding and keeping a great group of players. Some groups have managed to stay together living through adventures for decades. Most of us, however, have to work actively to build and keep our groups going as long as we can. The demands of our time, our commitments to family and work, and where we live often gets in the way of us forming and maintaining a regular group.
As times change, so change the ways we can bring players to our table. Today we're going to look at a few ways you might find players and get them playing D&D at your table.
You can find the entire article here at the Sly Flourish website along with a lot of other good.