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For almost two years now I've been switching back and forth between a Shadowrun campaign that I am running and a RIFTS campaign that one of my friends and fellow players is running. Over Christmas last year one of my friends introduced me to Critical Role. If you aren't familiar with it, check it out, it is awesome! ( http://geekandsundry.com/shows/critical-role/ ) For the longest time I only had one set of polyhedron dice and realized I should probably purchase some more. Once I found a nice 42 piece (6 sets) bundle I liked, what should Amazon show in the "People Also Bought" section at the bottom but the Fifth Edition DM Guide and Players Handbook. So I bought them...and the Monster Manual. Just what I didn't need, another game system to learn! LOL! Any general advice for a new player out there? Last time I played D&D was 3.5.