July 02, 2021 3 min read
Author:Rhenn Anthony Taguiam
Meta Description:Players don't have to make new PCs for their campaigns. In fact, players with D&D Adventurers League characters can take them to any AL-legal table!
Wouldn’t it sound awesome if you can play your Dungeons & Dragons 5echaracter in any playgroup? After all, it might feel fantastic saving the world with different adventuring parties. Of course, Dungeon Masters might refuse to add your character in their game outright, as it can wreck the balance of their campaign. Thankfully, Wizards of the Coast built D&D Adventurers Leaguejust for this.
Thanks to D&D Adventurers League(AL), players can freely switch playgroups and use the same character in different tables. Players with AL-legal characters can enter AL-legal tables without worrying about adjusting their stats, skills, and magic items. Cool, right?!
However, before you grab your AL-legal character sheet, let’s elaborate just what the Adventurers Leagueis and what it entails for D&Dfans.
If you’re able to play any D&D 5egame with your friends and colleagues, why should you even join AL? Here are some of the reasons why you should consider signing up in AL and make your own AL-legal character or table:
The D&D Adventurers League might be an overwhelming concept at first, especially for players who aren’t used to taking characters to different tables with different players. Thankfully, AL-legal tables enable players to make characters they can play across any table of their choosing - be it with the same people or a new crowd for a change.
If you’re interested in learning more about D&D AL, you can check out its dedicated page in the Dungeons & Dragonswebsite!