Mad Doc Grotsnik wrote:
Finding a suitable gaming group is a challenge in the later days.
As covered, I’ve not properly or regularly played in a long old time, due to my commute and work taking a lot out in terms of brain power. So I’m more or less back to square one.
Thankfully, local club whilst one for competitive settings are also all round Good Eggs, happy to help coach me through my first few games. Without that? I don’t think I’d stand a chance of getting back into the swing of things.
Once you get back in, make sure you put in the effort, even if it's hard (and it is !) of participating (helping with events and such). Them coaching you is taxing for them (more or less, obviously coaching a new player is harder than coaching a returning player). Game groups tend to fall apart when the efforts aren't shared enough.
From your posts you seem like a community person so I am sure you will