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Dungeons and Dragons: Lost Mine of Phandelver 5e Campaign (D&D)
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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Dungeons and Dragons is the most popular tabletop roleplaying game in history, played by millions of people of all ages worldwide. Playing it uses theatrical improv, some basic math, creative problem-solving skills, and lots of imagination, and the best thing is that anyone can do it. To streamline this adventure, I will provide a few pre-made options for characters, although if anyone wants to make their own, we can arrange to meet and do so before the campaign starts. The pace of the game...
I'm offering this class because I love the game of D&D and the effect it's had on my life. I'm an avid player and DM of the game (I play in three games and run four regular campaigns), and I continue to be delighted by what happens once the character sheets and dice come out. My friendships have gotten deeper, I've become a more confident and creative person, and I get to be awesome at least once a week (which is great for self-image). I've introduced dozens of people to the game through regular beginner one-shots I run bi-weekly at a local game cafe, so I am daunted neither by the complexity of the game nor by off-the-wall questions. I've probably heard it all before.
5 files available upon enrollmentI will provide character sheets, and a free copy of the game rules. Students will either use the online dice roller linked below (free) or need access to their own set of seven polyhedral dice (available online or from local game stores for prices ranging from $5 a set to $15+).
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Depictions of fictional violence will occur throughout the class. No sensual content will be allowed, and the general rating of the "mature themes" mentioned above shouldn't exceed PG-13-level.
Jasmine StairsLearning through D&D Fun
26 total reviews
7 completed classes
I teach D&D classes that showcase imagination, problem-solving, and teamwork. I started playing D&D after a health crash meant I had to leave my history degree, and at this point I've played hundreds of games and ran hundreds more. I believe...