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Kobolds in Aynoria: A Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) Campaign
Rumors have reached you and your employer about a gathering kobold threat in Aynoria. You have been dispatched to investigate and end it.
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Dungeons and Dragons is is collaborative storytelling game. It is a game of vast possibilities where you learn to think carefully, to plan, to strategize, to persuade, to resolve conflict, and so much more, all while exploring memorable locales, meeting fascinating NPCs, and defeating truly frightening enemies. In this course we will play through a homebrew campaign. This course will give students a great deal of experience in the details, rules, and mechanics of dungeons and dragons but,...
Due to the vastness of options in Dungeons and Dragons, students will learn and exercise many skills, including the following: -communication -strategy and tactics -storytelling -critical thinking -teamwork -problem solving -conflict resolution -resolutions of ethical and moral dilemmas -math and reading fluency
I have spent much time playing in and running Dungeons and Dragons campaigns. I also have much experience teaching D&D to new players. As far as teaching children goes, I've spent over a decade teaching ages 8-18 in the classroom and have served in many roles from Master Teacher to Curriculum Developer to Network Trainer to Academy Headmaster (all with Great Hearts Academies).
Students will need a completed character which I will check before the first session (students who completed 103 with me have one but may create another using dndbeyond.com). Please do not hesitate to message me with questions about character concepts or rules. Optional: a copy of the Player's Handbook (https://www.amazon.com/Players-Handbook-Dungeons-Dragons-Wizards/dp/0786965606/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=player%27s+handbook&qid=1609709577&sr=8-3). If they cannot purchase this, they can access a copy of the Basic Rules online for free: https://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/basicrules
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Though there is combat in this game, it is described in words, not using visual images. I will also ask and require students to be conscious of their descriptions, avoiding anything grotesque or inhumane.
Inspiring through the power of Story
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111 total reviews
90 completed classes
Greetings and welcome to to my classes where I cover all things Story, offering inspiration and fun through myths and legends retellings, Dungeons and Dragons adventures, creative writing courses, literary seminars, map-making, and more. If there...