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If you can find friends willing to play, and have time to spare (After planning for DM/GM-ing.) Then yes it is possible. http://www.rptools.net/ Is one of the best tools I have found for online DMing and gaming. Once again I warn you that you must have time and be willing to put that effort into this program.


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Yes, at the most basic, all you need is a communication channel. This could be some sort of instant messaging (IRC, some other form of text-based group chat, ...). You could do it using remote audio, of some sort (TeamSpeak, ...). You could do it using telephones and a phone bridge (although this may get expensive), or voice-over-IP (VoIP). You could do it ...


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Yes, but it might not be as good of an experience as playing around a table. There are services like Roll20, which can be used to play online with other people. It's handy when playing games with people you don't know because you can be invited/join a group of people without having the hassle of adding people on Skype or other voice services. However, ...


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Yes the technology is called a Virtual Tabletop or VTT. It combines the following A whiteboard that everybody can draw on or use to display image. Also used as a battleboard with token instead of miniatures. a voice and/or text chat engine RPG software utility usually including a dice roller, character sheet, and random tables. Popular VTTs include ...


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Yes, it's possible to play RPGs like D&D (and GURPS, Fate, Cypher System, and even Amber Diceless) online, via posts on forums, email, chat, or dedicated game table systems like Roll20. There are a couple things to be aware of in doing this. First, play by post is very, very very slow. I've been in a play by post GURPS campaign (most of the complexity ...


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Yes! You can definitely play P&P games over the internet. There are basically two steps to the process. Find a group You can find a group anywhere that nerds gather online. Forums are a great source of people. You'll have the easiest time finding players for current editions of popular games, so if you're into Pathfinder or D&D 5e, you'll have no ...


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Yes, it is possible to play something that looks like pencil & paper D&D online. The first option is to find some people online - asking around in social networks, in roleplaying games specialized forums or in some sites made exactly for that purpose (we have rpgplayers in Italy) - and to play in videoconference. It will be slower than playing at ...



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