Dungeons & Dragons Club

The Dungeons & Dragons Club is for students who are interested in playing one of the most popular and famous table top roleplaying games.

The club is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in the Library – come along, all students are welcome.

We like the creative experience of collaboratively telling stories, building worlds, having in-depth moral and philosophical discussions, teaching new people to play, and of course, having fun together. Come join us for Dungeons & Dragons! All are welcome in this club, and there is always room for another character in the game.

Members will go on adventures, fight monsters, discover treasure, and explore a mystical world. It’s an amazingly fun time where unforgettable memories are made.

Your character might find themselves in a tomb, facing off against a dragon, or trying to save the day!

Dungeons & Dragons promotes teamwork, creativity, memory building, and even math skills! The club works together as a team towards a common goal.

How do you play?
Each person plays as an adventurer, often referred to as a character. Another person in the group will play as the Dungeon Master (DM).

The DM describes different scenarios that the characters undertake and what happens based on their choices. This could be anything from rescuing someone from a burning tower to recovering an ancient treasure from a forgotten tomb.

There are other details that influence the game, but at its core, it is about going on an adventure with others and having fun!

So now you must ask yourself the question, are you willing to face the dragon?