Master Storytelling (Virtual)

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Master Storytelling

Roleplaying Games, like Dungeons & Dragons, are a shared storytelling experience inspiring imagination and creativity. Go behind the screen with Lauren as she guides you through the basics of how to run a great roleplaying game for a group of adventurers. Everything from preparing adventures to running an ongoing campaign will be covered in this workshop. 

Become a Storyteller | Learn to DM

1 session, 2 hours, up to 4 participants

In this workshop, you will learn the basics for preparing for a game, gathering a group of people together, and the best practices for immersing your players into your story.

Whether you are interested in running games professionally as a Dungeon Master or just want to learn some handy tips and tricks for your home game, this workshop is a perfect place to start!

Adventure Writing 

1 session, 2 hours, up to 4 participants

This workshop takes an in-depth look at adventure writing. Learn how to create interactive story structures for narrative adventures. Explore narratives most commonly found in adventure games, discuss techniques on writing, and gain valuable tips on how to organize your ideas into adventures and campaigns. Whether you plan to publish your work or you want your games to run smoother, this is the workshop for you!

Topics covered: storyboarding, content organization, decision points and branching plot twists, campaign structure, episodic and session structures.

Guided Session Zero

1 session, 2 hours, up to 7 participants

Let us guide your first session to make sure everything goes smoothly for you and your players. In this workshop, we will help you set the tone for your adventure and immerse your players into your world. We will work behind the screen with the Storyteller establishing relevant connections and motivations for the characters. We will play alongside the adventurers to help establish party goals and creative collaboration opportunities.

What You’ll Need

  • An email account to log into a Google Meet or Zoom video call

  • A computer and headphones

  • Something to take notes with