Dungeons and Dragons!
Perhaps you’ve heard of Dungeons and Dragons through shows like Stranger Things or maybe you watch Critical Role or Dimension 20? Despite the flood of podcasts, videos, streamers, and overall content revolving around Dungeons and Dragons, starting up with your own characters and campaign can be a challenge. The Falmouth Public Library is here to help buff your knowledge and make the challenge rating of Dungeons and Dragons easier to take on!
Join us in the first steps of your Dungeons and Dragons journey! If you’ve ever been curious about trying out this popular tabletop role-playing game or if you want to connect with players and learn more, our upcoming programs for teens and young adults should be right for you.
Note: September 26th and October 17th are early release days for Falmouth Public Schools.
Intro to Dungeons and Dragons
Tuesday, September 26th, 12pm-1pm
On September 26th we’ll be going over the basics for understanding Dungeons and Dragons. We’ll cover everything from basic rules, what a session zero is, how to approach character creation, and more. Starting and maintaining a campaign can be daunting, but we’re here to help smooth the bumps in the road and make this monster of a game a bit more approachable. Pizza and refreshments will be provided! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Tuesday, October 17th, 12pm-1:30pm
Follow up with us on October 17th for a program dedicated to creating your very own Dungeons and Dragons character. Whether it’s your first character or you have any questions about making a character and bringing them to life, we’ll cover the basic topics and dive into anything you might want to know more about. There are many ways to make and play your character so come by with a blank slate or with character ideas in mind and we’ll help you craft your character sheet! Snacks and refreshments will be provided! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.