(14-18) Dungeons and Dragons Beginners' Adventuring Party
In this ongoing club, learners who are brand new or new-ish to D&D will create and play characters through which they will navigate a fantasy world: making friends, fighting monsters, and exploring who they are both in and out of character.
Mr. Tobias T.R. Hodges
21 total reviews for this teacher
6 reviews for this class
Completed by 20 learners
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
120 minutes per class
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Welcome to the Dungeons and Dragons multiverse, where anything is possible and where your choices actively change the world around you! RPGs are all about collaborative storytelling, and I am excited to see the story we make together! While the overarching story will carry over from week to week, players are welcome to join and leave at any time, as in any epic story, allies can appear or disappear at unexpected times. Our story, the story that we will create together, will involve...
I have been an avid D&D player and "Dungeon Master" for many years, including a number of successful campaigns and mini-campaigns here on Outschool. I also have a Bachelor of Science in Secondary (grades 7-12) Mathematics Education and Special Education.
"Homework" in this club is rare. The most out-of-session time spent will be on working to create characters. Throughout the club, I will occasionally ask players to give me more detail on certain character things outside of the sessions, but they are welcome to answer those questions whenever they are able throughout the week.
1 file available upon enrollmentI will provide character-creation materials. Learners will need their own dice, but there are plenty of good online dice rollers if learners do not have physical dice.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dungeons and Dragons involves themes of fantasy violence, including the use of weapons to fell enemies. The Dungeons and Dragons universe contains several pantheons of deities that may help or harm mortals. The deaths of player characters and/or non-player characters are a possibility in any game of Dungeons and Dragons. I do not intend on it happening, but just as in real life, accidents and tragedies can happen in the fantasy realm.
Mr. Tobias T.R. Hodges
B.S. Grades 7-12 Math, Special Ed, and Social Studies
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
21 total reviews
21 completed classes
Hello! My certification is for 7-12th grade math education and special education, and I also minored in history and political science. I'm very much looking forward to hosting courses devoted to a wide range of topics, depending on what students...