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Dungeons and Dragons: Open Roleplay!
Bring your roleplay skills to the next level in an open-ended social roleplaying experience!
Rachel Raum (she/her)
363 total reviews for this teacher
40 reviews for this class
Completed by 83 learners
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60 minute class
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Dungeons and Dragons is more popular than ever, with lots of students participating in epic adventures here on Outschool. However, due to the limited timeframe of these classes, students are often quite goal-oriented during their adventures, missing out on some open-ended social roleplaying. In this one-time class, students will spend an hour as their D&D character, socializing in the Waystone Inn, a tavern set in a typical D&D world. They can chat, play dice or darts, showcase their...
I've noticed in many of the Dungeons and Dragons adventures I've led here on Outschool that students miss the opportunity to take their time, socialize, and roleplay in more open-ended situations. There's often that drive on both the students' part and mine to make it through all the encounters we have planned before we run out of class time. I recognize the need for open-ended roleplaying and love to encourage that creativity. I'm also adept at making sure everyone gets a turn and feels included, especially students who are on the quiet or shy side.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This role-playing situation will be taking place in a tavern where alcohol and gambling will be present. I will keep such things to a minimum as much as possible, but I find that students (particularly those on the younger side) like to pretend to drink beer and whatnot. It's inevitable!
Rachel Raum (she/her)
Dungeon Master and Social Skills Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
363 total reviews
313 completed classes
I have been a homeschooling mother for 19 years to four children with very different learning styles. I have taught countless classes to homeschoolers over the years, ranging from Latin to art history to astrophysics. I've also assisted students...