Summer Reading Program D&D - Middle Schoolers

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Are you going into 6th-8th grade? Are you interested in Dungeons & Dragons? This June and July, the Marion Public Library is offering two-day roleplay game sessions for middle schoolers! Based on when you signed up and when you are available, you will be assigned one session to attend.

FAQ

What if I've never played D&D before?
Join us! Beginners are welcome!

What version of Dungeons & Dragons will we be playing?
We will be playing the 5th edition of D&D.

What do I need to bring?
All materials will be provided, including premade character sheets. Feel free to bring your own dice set if you have one!

What exactly is Dungeons & Dragons?
Dungeons & Dragons is an epic combination of storytelling, teamwork, and rolling dice. It is about creating a character, then making choices as your character. You work together to save the world: fighting a monster, saving a town from a plague, befriending a dragon, or anything you can imagine. Players are guided by the Game Master or Dungeon Master, who serves as both the world's narrator and a referee of rules.

For more information about the benefits of roleplay games, check out the scholarly study "Needs Met Through Role-Playing Games" and Ethan Schoonover's Dungeons & Dragons class at an all-girls middle school in Washington state.

Space is limited, so fill out the form below to reserve your spot: form opens June 1st.