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    Registered JoeIskor's Avatar
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    Gambling for fun and profit in 5e

    Hello, everyone! I'm thinking about starting a campaign soon, if time and scheduling allows me to dedicate a while to it; Adventurers from various regions of time and space, realities parallel from each other, join together in the fabled plane of Sigil to compete in a competition of 99 percent luck and 1 percent impulse: a poker tournament. It's a pretty wacky idea that doesn't require too much plot or planning, but it does require a lot of gambling minigames. Please let me explain:

    And so, my campaign idea would be basically an open room for characters to join and play with each other. However, I'm not exactly sure how to implement the actual mecanics of poker in this site, if it's even possible to begin with. Thus, I was wondering if you knew any interesting chance games to give the party, based around all kinds of skills from D&D; I plan to add challenges and games for every niche a D&D character could have, like some sort of colosseum for Strength-based characters, or maybe some actually strategic games for Wizards and other smart people. In any case, I'd be thankful to learn about any gambling or tavern minigames you've played in your own games, to add to my roster! Thanks a lot for your help!

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    I didn't quite understand what you were talking about, maybe you forgot to finish your message?

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    Listen, this is a cool idea. I love all kinds of card games, board games and generally spending time at the gaming table is my favorite pastime. Especially if these games are gambling. It doesn't matter, even if my friends and I bet only $ 5, the game becomes much more interesting. That's why I love it, especially in poker. I don't understand people who are not inclined to gamble. I am already 63 years old and I have been playing casino, poker and any other games all my life. Even today I was playing online poker and
    OLE777 from my laptop while I was waiting for my wife at the airport. That's why I'm happy to support your idea.

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    While D&D doesn't typically have built-in poker mechanics, you can definitely create your own gambling games using the D&D skills and abilities.

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    Your campaign idea sounds like a blast, and it's great that you want to incorporate gambling and minigames to keep things interesting.For instance, you could have a Strength-based arm wrestling competition, a Dexterity-focused knife-throwing game, or even a high-stakes intelligence challenge for the wizards. Incorporate skill checks and role-playing into these games to make them engaging.If you're open to inspiration from the gambling world, consider checking out a casino sportsbook. They offer a variety of games and betting options that might spark some ideas for your campaign.

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    Your idea for the campaign sounds like an exciting adventure. There are many creative possibilities to incorporate gambling mechanics into D&D.
    For poker, you could use a combination of skill checks and role-playing to simulate the game. You might also consider adding dice games like "Three Dragon Ante" from official D&D lore or even a game of chance involving card draws.
    If you're into online gambling and looking for a reliable platform, you should definitely check out 온라인카지노. They offer a variety of games that could serve as inspiration for your campaign.

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