Divine Contention - A High Levelled D&D Teaching Campaign
In this 14 week class, your child will experience a high levelled D&D campaign where it is crucial for classmates to work together in order to save a newly built city from further destruction.
30 total reviews for this teacher
Once per week
over 14 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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In this D&D Teaching Campaign, your child will learn a lot more about how to manage high levelled D&D characters, large-scale D&D fictional conflicts and war, and how to work together to decide what side of the conflict they wish to be a part of. A lot of this campaign is travelling to fictional places to listen to all sides of the conflict and prevent the worst case scenario from happening: the newly built fictional city of Leilon from being destroyed once again. The class will be structured...
Students will learn how to work together through communication, decision making, and cooperation skills via playing the game and going through the adventure. Students will learn how to manage information and how to choose what skills, spells, and items to use in certain situations that need them. Students will continue to develop their information processing skills as they are managing more information about their characters, the D&D setting and world, as well as keeping track of the story of the game.
No homework is necessary in this class, it is only recommended that students review their character's skills and stats regularly as high level D&D campaigns tend to have much more options and information available than previously experienced in beginner campaigns.
Students will need to have a level 13 character in order to participate in this class. Characters can be made on D&D Beyond, physical character sheets, or any other source to keep track of their character's abilities, items, spells, and more. It is also suggested, but not required, that students have a notebook, pen/pencil, in order to keep track of the story and the game itself. As for dice, if your child has a set of D&D dice already, that is wonderful, but if they do not, that is no issue as online dice rollers exist and I can provide them with that resource.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In most Dungeons and Dragons games there are elements of violence and some mature content. In this particular D&D story, there are elements of fantasy wars and political alliances that do no reflect anything in the real world, it is all made up, all fiction, and will not affect any one's decisions or personal beliefs. I will keep descriptions of the conflict to a minimum so not to scare anyone or freak anyone out. As this game is a creative game, there is no login information required to be shared so all learner's personal information will be protected. Remember, this is a fake game that does not require any actual violence or anything else that is questionable, it is all theatre of the mind, imaginative, and fiction.
All sources are coming from a campaign setting book that I have and will create maps and things from. Your child does not need the book themselves to follow along as I will have everything prepped for them, plus if they did buy the campaign Divine Contention, they will know a lot of spoilers and be influenced in the wrong direction.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
30 total reviews
61 completed classes
Hello! My name is Violet Wallace and I teach a variety of subjects and topics from debate and persuasion to character building, and even Dungeons and Dragons! When it comes to my teaching career, I have taught full time for 3 years now; one year...