Family playing D&D

Parent/Kid D&D at D20 Games

Family playing D&DStarting the first week in May, we are starting Parent/Kid D&D at D20 Games.  Starting Thursdays at 5-7 (come in starting 4 for extra help with characters/questions), the idea is for up to 4 parent & kid combos to get a chance to play D&D together.  This can be an old-school player sharing their misspent youth with their kids, or kids getting to share something that they love with their kids. (We are also looking to do a weekend table.)

What: D&D ongoing adventure (6 weeks)

When: Thursdays at 5-7 (Time will actually be 4-7, but first hour is for help with characters and other questions)

Cost: $40 per pair per session  ($220 for all 6 weeks). Limited to 5 teams per table.  If we get more than 5, we will start a list for a second table which will start when we have at least 3.)

Requirements: At least one of the two players should be familiar enough with D&D to play.  More mature of pair is responsible for  insuring that players are not being disruptive enough to ruin game play for everyone. (Tools we have to help with that include the fact that any ‘loud” talk at the table has a good chance of being heard  by wandering monsters.)

Players will start with a 3rd level character generated using either Standard Array or Point buy for the stats, and classes/races from any of the official D&D 5e printed content (excluding Critical Role).  Players should bring an extra character sheet to give the DM, and should have reference cards for their most commonly used spells and abilities. (We want to minimize people frantically flipping through books when it is their turn to act so we can spend more time playing.)

We will post more information about the events here as they come up.














































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