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TD 101 / TD University 3 months 3 weeks ago #1

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This is for anyone who attended any of this year's TD 101 or "TD University" seminars. The DDA created TD 101 many years ago as a way to help new or newer players get the most enjoyment out of their TD experience. The focus was not necessarily "how to win" but more "how to have a great time" (with heavy emphasis on teamwork). Last year, because of expressed interest, the seminar TD 201 - Tokens was added (many thanks to Lazlo and Master Ed for getting that up and running!). And this year at Gen Con - after an informal survey last year showed even more interest, we added TD 202 - Puzzles, TD 203 - Combat, and TD 204 - Classes. Each of these intended to provide more info and discussions on how each of these aspects of TD work and to help players better understand them. If you or a friend attended ANY of these seminars in the last year, especially the "200-series", please leave a comment to tell us your thoughts on the seminar.
  • Did you enjoy it?
  • Was it helpful?
  • Would you recommend it?
  • What could be improved?
  • Would you like to see additional seminars added?
  • If so – what would you like to see?

Thank you in advance for your feedback! We hope you enjoyed your TD experience; please come back and join us again for future adventures!
They say that the best weapon is the one you never have to use. I respectfully disagree. I prefer the weapon you only have to use once! Oh - and if you really need to think about whether you're going to use the fireball or the + umpty staff of butt-whooping - you're likely to find yourself full of arrows, or fangs, or nasty knives & swords and such. Don't think - just shoot!

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