Introduction to Roleplaying Games (Grades 3-5)
This program for elementary schoolers will teach the rules of a few beginner-friendly games and introduce players to the core concepts of roleplaying games (RPGs). RPG players are immersed in a shared storytelling experience as they work together to overcome obstacles and solve problems. All of our RPG classes stress cooperative decision making and good sportsmanship.
Game systems may include: Hero Kids. No Thank You Evil!, Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple, Microscope, and Dungeons & Dragons.
Intermediate Roleplaying Games (Grades 6-10)
Middle and high school aged roleplayers are ready to set out on more in-depth adventures. They will explore a wide range of different RPGs and will improve essential skills including character development, embracing failure, and detailed narrative storytelling. All of our RPG classes stress cooperative decision making and good sportsmanship.
Game systems may include: The Quiet Year, Dungeon Crawl Classics, Fiasco, Cypher System, Star Wars RPG, Dungeon World, and Dungeons & Dragons.
Card Strategy Specialist: Intro to Magic the Gathering (Grades 3-10)
Our most advanced card game program is for veterans of our After School programs and older kids that are interested in more complicated strategy games. A wide range of game categories are explored in a progressive curriculum with the intent of playing a complex variety of card mechanics, subject matter and strategies. Students will continue to develop their strategic thinking, planning and good sportsmanship as they play both competitive and cooperative games. Students will learn to build decks, play with per-constructed decks, and draft decks.
Game systems may include: 7 Wonders, Sentinels of the Multiverse, Magic: The Gathering, and Dominion
10% Member discount and 10% Sibling discount will be automatically applied.