Dungeons and Dragons 107: The Rusty Nail Inn, an Improv Skills Adventure
In this onetime course, come practice your improv skills in the D&D world. Bring your character level 1-3 to class and head to the Inn to meet all sorts of interesting people and situations!
DnD Club Academy
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**Taught by career classroom theater teachers, this course is a combination of "improv basics" and roleplaying practice for games like D&D** Do you want to work on your roleplaying skills? Do you enjoy getting into character? Well...its time for a trip to the "Rusty Nail Inn" where you'll play as your character with other students in this one time, roleplaying focused session. Many D&D sessions can wander off into monster hunting adventures, and while fun, often leave little time for...
Students will develop their roleplaying and social skills.
The founder of The DnD Club, Adam Scott, has been a professional classroom teacher his entire career, and playing role-playing games since he was 10 years old. In addition to his teaching experience, he believes each class should put the students at the center of learning, minimizing lecture and encouraging interaction. The DnD Club has organized and taught groups of Dungeons and Dragons for hundreds of students and community members, running games professionally for private clients with children between 10-15 years old. We want you to live your adventure. It's our mission that your child feels empowered and excited after this lesson, potentially sparking an interest in a wonderful activity.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Roleplaying games offer a creative "sandbox" in which participants can engage in imaginative problem solving. Fantasy violence will not be directly depicted, but the possibilities of this within the game will be discussed. Students may wish to explore ideas related to their characters that involve in-game "weapons" and "spells" for the use of "in-game" violence.
DnD Club Academy
Building success skills, with new friends, through adventuring.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2219 total reviews
1356 completed classes
What do we do? We develop success skills (teamwork, problem solving, and integrity) through an integrated curriculum across all our instructors. Whether it’s teaching roleplaying games, financial literacy, or a world language, our sessions are...