Over the next few months I played many different games of D&D. One day I'd be a nimble Rogue tumbling past enemies and stealing gold, the next week I'd be a Monk breathing fire with the power of his mystical tattoos or a Ranger fighting off hordes of Kobolds with a sword and dagger. Eventually I even started being the Dungeon Master and sending my buddies on adventures. Then it was time for college and my friends went back to school since they had not graduated yet. We still lived in the same town, but didn't have any time to meet anymore.
About two years ago I found out that one of my good friends from college had most of the 4th edition D&D books and it turned out some of my other friends
So now, whether we are fighting in dungeons or having drinks in a cantina with some Rodians, I am able to share lots of laughs and adventures with my playgroup. These moments are what make RPGs so fun and exciting. If you haven't already, I suggest trying out a Role Playing Game with some pals. Go forth and explore!