Danger in the Dust - An Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Campaign
This week long advanced Dungeons and Dragons campaign will see students exploring a wild west magical senario
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Over 5 weeks
120 minutes per class
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In this class, students will play a 5 session campaign of Dungeons and Dragons exploring the lands of Droam and Eberron, a wild west setting where magic and monsters roam. This class is designed with the idea that the students will have some practical experience playing Dungeons and Dragons beforehand. If your student does not, I have other campaigns going on at different times during the week that they can join to get the experience they need to enjoy the game to its fullest. Beyond having...
Students need an account on DnD Beyond. This is a service provided by the created by the creators of Dungeons and Dragons and is free to sign up on. I will have a link that students can join to create their characters on the first day of class! Students are encouraged to have a copy of the Player's Handbook available to them either online or physically. It can be found at any bookstore and most game stores. If not, a familiarity with the game is important.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dungeons and Dragons does have some combat, but I stay away from any kind of extensive descriptions of violence. I also avoid combat with people as much as possible.
This adventure will be based in the world of Eberron from Wizards of the Coast, but the campaign itself will be entirely made by me for the students!
Ms. JayDungeon Master Extraordinaire
22 total reviews
14 completed classes
Hi all! My name is Ms. Jay and I teach Dungeons and Dragons classes here on Outschool. I am a current undergraduate student at Appalachian State University in high school history education, and I have hundreds of hours playing and introducing...