Dungeons & Dragons Encounters

Whether you are new to Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), or still have a copy of the original rule books from 1974, d20 Games has opportunities for adventure and intrigue playing 5th edition D&D.


We are currently searching for experienced Dungeon/Game Masters to join our team.
Contact Ben for more information about a paid position!


Wednesdays 5:00-7:00 pm
D&D Encounters for Teens and Adults (ages 13+)

$15 per session
Winter 2019: We currently have two tables running with longer form campaigns, and we are looking for more players.  Drop ins welcome!


Thursdays 5:15-7:15 pm
D&D Encounters for Youth (ages 8-12)

$20 per session
Welcome to the Youth Adventure Guild! Drop ins welcome if the participant has some familiarity with D&D and can work well in a group of 6-8 kids.  If they need some instruction on D&D, contact Nat for suggestions.


2nd & 4th Sundays 2:00-4:45 pm
D&D Encounters for Teens and Adults (ages 13+)

$15 per session
Winter 2019:  We are looking for more players/drop-ins for these one shots and short-form campaign encounters.  come see a variety of different DMs!


2nd Sundays 12:00-1:45 pm
Introduction to D&D for Teens and Adults (ages 13+)

$15 per session, with a $10 credit given towards you first d20 D&D encounter!
Winter 2019:  Check out our Upcoming Events for more details.  Intro classes are followed by D&D Encounters so you can play right away!


For private parties, aspiring Dungeon/Game Masters, and all other inquires, don’t hesitate to contact Ben or Nat!

What is D&D?
D&D has seen a resurgence in popularity in the last few years, in part due to exposure in various media, as well as the release of the new 5 edition rule set that makes it easier than ever for new players and game masters to learn the game.  But what exactly is it?


At its heart, D&D is a structure to allow people to tell stories together.  The Player’s Handbook outlines how players create characters that have skills and abilities expressed through a numeric score, whether those skills be martial, magical, or mischievous.


Most D&D stories take place in a high fantasy setting similar to stories like Lord of the Rings.  The Dungeon/Game Master sets the stage for the story, while players tell the stories of their characters.  Players choose characters with a variety of personal characteristics (like elf or orc), who specialize is specific skills that grow over time and experience.  In the end, however, many aspects of the story’s outcome come down to luck, as expressed by rolling a 20-sided die (or a ‘d20’).


Getting Started with D&D 
We hope that you’ll check out one of our upcoming Intro sessions if you are curious, or have questions.  You might also want to explore the immense amount of material in print or on the internet.  Contact Nat, our D&D Program Director if you want some advice on getting started!



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