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Play D&D Without Having to Find a Group: An Introduction to Adventurer's League
In this one time course participants will make a character and learn the rules and how to play Adventurer's League DnD games without needing to find their own group.
Richard Sterling Kelly
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This course is designed to teach you how to join online Dungeon and Dragons games and play right away without having to find a group of friends by participating in the organized play system Adventurer's League. During our time together students will create a PC (a character to play), be introduced to the AL system and see how to find games online. Students do not need to know how to play the game. Each student will generate a PC of their own. An understanding of D&D character creation will be...
Dungeons and Dragons promotes creativity and social skills as a vehicle to collectively create a story. It also encourages learners to practice numeracy in order to play the game.
Aside from being a high school social studies teacher with 18 years experience, I am an avid D&D GM and player who has been playing since the mid-1980s.
There is no homework but students will be able to play games online immediately if they choose.
3 files available upon enrollmentPen and paper may be useful as the participants create PCs. No dice are involved in character creation for Adventurer's League. Nor are they necessary for the online games we will be introducing.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
While this session will focus on creating a character and understanding organized play, the game itself does feature combat and potentially frightening creatures.
The Dungeons and Dragons Players Handbook (PHB) contains the information needed to create a PC. The Adventurers League also has a set of rules we will cover. https://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/basicrules If you do not have access to the PHB, you can find the limited basic rules here. The Adventurers League Player's Guide can be found here. https://media.wizards.com/2020/dnd/downloads/ALPGv92.pdf
Richard Sterling KellyExperienced Teacher and Published Historian
3 total reviews
3 completed classes
I have been teaching social studies in my hometown of Austin, Texas for eighteen years. I have taught US and world history, economics, government, and geography at both the regular and advanced academic levels. I pioneered the University of Texas...