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If your goal is to come up with great stories together, I would recommend a combination of all three - have your wife make a 'primary character', and then each story arc, she gets a new set of NPCs. It's kind of like Conan the Barbarian / Sinbad the Sailor / The Doctor - as you travel around having adventures, you have 'local party members'. So say your ...


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All three methods work quite well, and it doesn't depend on experience. (There is a classic actual play report of a dad running D&D for his 7-year-old who played five PCs, and it was not only not a problem, but the kid was awesome-creative with the roleplaying.) Ask your player which she likes the sound of! Then do that.


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I played D&D solo with my dad as the player for almost six years as a kid. We ran AD&D and 3.5 D&D. Frankly, it surprises me that more people don't play the game this way. It makes for an extremely good bonding time, it's a lot of fun, and two people with a good relationship can create some very great campaigns together. Here are a few party ...



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