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(Camp) D&D Adventure - Dungeon Delve

Lanica Klein
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(53)
A newly discovered dungeon ruin beckons, what will the characters find, treasures...or troubles. An original D&D 5e Adventure, beginning at 1st level. (You are welcome to join in mid-week...It will be prorated.)

Class experience

Students will get a chance for social interaction.
Students will use basic math skills.
Students will engage with imaginative settings and become their characters through interaction and improvisational acting.
Students will learn and practice the game of Dungeons and Dragons (5th Edition). 
There may be some map-making, writing, and engineering skills used as well. 
I have been playing D&D since the 1980s. I have written modules for Living Greyhawk and the RPGA Forgotten Realms settings. 
I have a MN teaching license and have taught all ages of players how to play various editions of this game and other Role Playing Games (RPGs). 
- Students will need either a set of polyhedral dice, or find an online die roller with d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, and d20. (I recommend online Dice Roller (Google) or Online Dice Roller (Teall).
- If they already own a D&D 5e Players Handbook (or Starter Set, or Essentials Set) they should bring them, but you don't need to buy new ones. 
- I have provided several pre-generated characters, please have them print at least one of them. 
- I have provided a blank character sheet for future use if the student would like to create their own characters online. It is extra, not needed for this class, but often asked for by students. 
- Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game. While my games will always have the players being on the side of good, each student makes their own decisions on what their character does during the game. Outside of Outschool, players and DM's (Dungeon Masters) may choose scenarios where their characters are not 'good' in nature. This class teaches basic game mechanics. What your student does with this knowledge in the future is up to them. 
- Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game. In this game, there are large pantheons of made-up deities. This is not intended to mimic any real-world religion. Some parents may be uncomfortable with characters that 'worship' a make-believe god. If this is the case, please let your student know not to play a cleric or paladin. Also, some characters get powers granted to them by an outsider (good, neutral, or evil). In my game, all outsiders will be good. If you would rather avoid this, please do not play a warlock.
- It is possible that the character your learner is playing may die as part of the story. If this happens I will notify you. This doesn't happen often, but the tension that it may is one of the things that makes Dungeons and Dragons interesting and challenging. If your student will react poorly to this, please let me know and I will pull-my-punches. If the character they are playing does die, the student will be allowed to make a new one - this is something that players in the past have liked about the game. The first character is 'practice' created by me...the next one is all their creation and they have an emotional tie to it that they didn't with the first. I have had players ask me to kill off their character so they can make a new one...so that may happen as well. 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses the 5th Edition Player Handbook.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(53)

My name is Lanica Klein and I am a media specialist from Minnesota. I have several areas I love to teach...and often I teach subjects outside what you would think of as 'library' skills. As a media specialist, I have been trained to help... 
Group Class


for 8 classes
4x per week, 2 weeks
115 min

Completed by 3 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 11-16
2-6 learners per class

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