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Beginner-friendly RPG Quest is now available to schools, libraries and counsellors for free

+1 to Learning.

DnD Starter Set, Review

A while back I wrote a review about playing DnD with kids. Well, since then I’ve done some more of it. A few years had passed, and my son assembled a band of fellow adventurers to take on the Lost Mines of Phandelver – which is still a terrible name.

Five ways to make your child’s first role-playing game amazing

Making that first game a success is still a challenge. Here are five ways to make sure that first game is memorable for both of you.

Teach Kids The Magic Of Dungeons And Dragons With The Wardlings Campaign Guide

Wardlings Campaign Guide, a fifth edition setting book based on the miniatures series for kids from Wizkids, is Renegade Game Studio’s latest attempt to bring parents and kids to the same table and pretend to be elves together.

Five ways to make your child’s first role-playing game amazing

Making that first game a success is still a challenge. Here are five ways to make sure that first game is memorable for both of you.

Play D&D with Kids Using the Young Adventurer’s Guide

D&D is a complex game, even in its streamlined fifth edition.

D&D for Kids: Character Building

The following simple prompts can be used to help develop the original concept and fill in the rest of the story!

D&D for Kids: Game to Grow

On Monday, I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Adam J. from Game to Grow, a Seattle-based organization devoted to helping children develop healthy inter- and intrapersonal skills through therapeutic RPGs!

D&D for Kids: Alignment

For young players, try having the discussion about what different alignments mean for your campaign setting, but don’t have them adhere to a strict label.

D&D for Kids: Roll for Loot

There are nearly endless source materials out there for you to populate dungeons, towers, and bandit camps with fantastic treasure…but how do you decide which ones to use?