My online D&D group uses a Discord server for our games. The voice chat is
usually more reliable than what's available on the virtual tabletops.
Also, the DM will post pictures of, say, the monster we're encountering or
the non-player character we're interacting with, so that we might visualize
them more easily. Between games, the server is used by the DM to inform the
group of any changes to the game mechanics that he might be making, both in
chat and as attached PDF files. We also use it to socialize, keep abreast
of the latest news in the gaming world, and swap pet pictures.
The last one, of course, is the primary purpose of the internet, as we all
Overall, I find Discord a very useful tool for our purposes.
On Tue, Jan 31, 2023 at 4:54 PM Joyce Garland <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Is there anyone in library land who has had experience with Discord? If
> so, what are your thoughts about it?
> Joyce Garland
> Calais Free Library
> 9 Union Street
> Calais, Maine
> 207 454-2758
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*John J. Roe*
George and Helen Ladd Library
Phone: (207) 786-8322
Preferred pronouns: He/him
Reading now: *Dark Tales* by Shirley Jackson