Dungeons and Dragons – Online!

Never has there been a better time to try new things! I keep looking for “100 things to do when bored,” and it’s not that I’m bored, but certainly I have a lot more time on my hands lately.

Honestly, I believe it’s better that we have slowed down. I hope that after the 2020 quarantine passes, that we can remember to take more walks, play more bored games and spend more time with family. Also, I hope that companies realize it’s WAY more profitable to allow employees to work from home.

In the meantime, I play dungeons and dragons! It’s a way to tell stories as much as it is a game, but it doesn’t involve screens or video. Traditionally, we gather around a coffee table with pencils and papers ready, and a sweet set of dice to roll when describing our exploits.

Lately, though, I’ve resorted to setting up online sessions for my D&D parties and much to my enjoyment, it has worked and benefits reaching out to long lost friends to play some much needed entertainment.

So, if you’re interested, check out my session page or email me . I set up games for kids, adults, families and you’re sure to have a good time. Since I’ve been a stay at home, homeschooling and homemaking dad, I’ve tried to come up with creative ways to bring in money so we can continue to educate our children, giving them memorable experiences.

Dungeons and Dragons is a great way to spend time together, whether morning, afternoon or evening, Mondays or Weekends and anytime in between. So, if you’re ready to create entertainment and memorable experiences, grab your pencil and paper, a nice set of dice and let’s play!

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