Hail and well met hero! Join your friendly library Dungeon Master to learn some basics of tabletop role playing games, get introduced to the history and core concepts of Dungeons & Dragons, and learn something about how to play (and lead!) your own games from home.
This program does not include any actual Dungeons & Dragons play. Its goals are to demystify RPGs for new players, introduce some of the core concepts and ideas that make up RPGs, give a brief historical overview of D&D, and talk about the kind of D&D we run at the library.
A general Q&A will follow the presentation, with information about Durham County Library's online Dungeons & Dragons programming.
While anyone old enough to read, do simple math, and take turns can play D&D, this class is best for people ages 11 and up.
Registrants will receive Zoom information the day before (and again the day of) the program.