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This dungeons and dragons summer camp will take on the daunting task of creating and running a campaign. We will focus on learning life skills and strategies to help in the creative process. Both creating and hosting a campaign is no easy task and I hope to share some of my insights in the process, learned from running many campaigns over the years. As part of this camp, we will be designing our own mini-campaigns as examples. Since so much goes into creating a campaign, the majority of...
This class is taught in English.
By the end of the course, our goal is to have more familiarity, skills, and ideas about how to design future campaigns.
Depending on how much time each student wants to put into their mini-campaigns, some out of class time might be helpful. I will also provide guidelines and suggestions for those who want to do more out of class.
All of these are suggested but not required. Students should have some way of drawing and writing. This could be digital or pen and paper. Here are some supplies that might be helpful (optional): -Graph paper, pen and pencil. -A copy of the D&D 5th Edition Players Handbook, Dungeon Master's Guide, and/or Monster Manual. -Physical or digital dice: D20, D12, D8, D6, D4.
7 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Dan HorvathGame Master and Writer
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13 completed classes
Hey there, I am a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, where I was a philosophy major and a creative writing minor. Over the last decade I've also been a player and a game master for a lot of different groups, and I wanted to blend...