Last week I shared 5e DnD Class Cards I’d created to help teach character creation to some new players. Some folks asked for race cards too. So here they are!
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DnD Class Cards
To help teach D&D to some friends, I created a set of Class Cards. It’s nothing fancy, but since I did the work, now you don’t have to!
The Faye Stuffed: Adorable Companions for Young Adventurers
In a world of Dungeons and Dragons, it’s dangerous to go alone. For the young solo adventurer, or small adventuring party, I present a new companion to aid you on your quest: The Faye Stuffed Stuffy.
Choosing a TTRPG to Play with Kids
I routinely see posts by parents looking for a game to introduce their kids to D&D. They receive a lot of recommendation for systems designed specifically for kids. Is this the best option?
How to Plan a Shorter D&D Session for Kids
A DnD session with adults typically runs 4+ hours. For kids you will want to plan for a much shorter session. Here is how to do that.
Give the Players What They Want
Recently I DMed a couple of sessions, one for a group of kids and another for adults, where I did something I’d never rally done before. It’s a little thing but I thought I’d share as I think this is generally good advice for any group. The advice is simply: ask the players what theyContinue reading “Give the Players What They Want”
Simple New Way I Play D&D with My Kid
I came up with a new on-on-one D&Dish game with my daughter.