D&D 101: Character Sheet Workshop pt. 2
Love playing video games? Love Fantasy like Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones? Came to other sessions of D&D 101 and ready for more?
Dungeons & Dragons is a cooperative table-top role-playing fantasy game where each player creates their own character and embark upon imaginary adventures within a fantasy setting as laid out by a Dungeon Master (DM) who helps tell the story and serve as guide and referee.
This is the third of four instructional sessions on the basics of how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and will focus on character creation and using character sheets, building upon the knowledge gained from the first 2 sessions. Please come prepared with an idea and/or partially created character in mind; basic background knowledge of D&D is highly recommended. In part 2 of this workshop, we will assist you with filling out your character sheets and share our character ideas! All skill levels are welcome. However, material will be geared towards beginners. If you have a lot of experience playing D&D, please stay tuned for more D&D events in the near future!
**Note: due to mature content and game complexity, you must be 14+ years old to attend this event.**
Please register below and you’ll be sent the online meeting details.
- Thursday, December 3, 2020
- 7:00pm - 8:30pm
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