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Welcome to the (new) Neverwinter Connections!
The new Neverwinter Connections (NWC) multiplayer community site for Neverwinter Nights launched in February 2019. Although it is found at NeverwinterConnections.org, it has the old NeverwinterConnections.com banner at the top, for nostalgia's sake.

NWC is a community service site where anyone can:
Calendar info: the default time zone is GMT -5, but it is highly recommended to register on the site and select your own time zone in your account settings, which does an automatic time conversion of the events schedule.

Game types displayed on the main events calendar can include Application (Blue), Invite Only (Red), and Open (Gray). See the Quickstart Guide for additional information on creating and joining games. Events scheduled on Persistent Worlds (PWs) have a "PW:" prefix.

See the NWC Quickstart Guide for further details on how the site can support your Neverwinter Nights activities.
Click here to read the site disclaimer.

The NWN:EE Multiplayer Resource Page has links to major community sites, plus the following:
Special mentions:
  • Many thanks to Ranan for setting up the NWC Discord and welcoming integration with the new Neverwinter Connections site.
  • Forums host Venture is greatly appreciated for having maintained the NWN Campaigns site for so long and hosting the original NWC (2002-2012, RIP) backup forums.
  • The Neverwinter Connections Facebook group was maintained by longtime NWC member and news editor Urk maintained after the previous project shut down, and it has now updated with the new site info.
Finally, NWC exists (again) in no small part due to the success of Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition (NWN:EE) by Beamdog, along with their continued development and support of the multiplayer experience.

News
Carlo / Jun 16, 2019 / Site news
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition now has its own "live" DMing tutorial module, DMFI 101: Enhanced Edition.

It's designed to show the user in a hands-on way the core functions of the Dungeon Master (DM) client, as well as demonstrating some common uses of the DMFI Wands and Widgets package. The idea is that after completing the module, you'll have all the skills necessary to successfully run a multiplayer NWN session as a DM. For more experienced DMs, it can also serve as a refresher.

This Enhanced Edition of the original Hall of Fame DMFI 101: So You Want To Be A DM for NWN-1.69 has a significant amount of new content integrated into the tutorial areas, along with a bonus new area, the "Forest of Encounters"

The module guide contains instructions for installation and how to launch the DM client in NWN:EE, along with an outline of the module contents and a section on DM and Multiplayer Resources.

Brought to you by the DM-Friendly Initiative.
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