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dungeons and dragons

Tabletop Role Playing Homework

Roll a Story! Hello Sojourners, Download the two forms below, follow the example and roll up your own story! This method can be used to articulate wonderful narrations. Every story

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dungeons and dragons

Learning from Dungeons and Dragons III

A heavy winter rain began to fall as the travelers plowed through the muddy street. In this small village of peasants and farmers, the people toiled daily and the weariness

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Understanding Exploration

“Jon, look at what’s there.” My dad said these words as my 16 year old self stared hard right onto the highway that ran through town. I gripped the steering

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Rhythms in Family

During my time working on the 5th floor oncology unit as a nurse, the powers that be made the move to bring our archaic paper work into the modern era

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Obscurity 

In the name of obscurity this week, I’m sharing a few thoughts and quotes I have about this topic.  “If you want to be successful, you have to be willing

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Thank you

One of the predictable patterns my family practices is to have thankful time at dinner. This gives each of us a chance to express something we are thankful for today.

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Insight from without 

When you can’t find within what you need, realize this is a lesson in trust. Reach out. Someone has something you need to hear because God is moving us from

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Tabletop Roleplaying Summer Events

Original article post here right here: open.substack.com/pub/sojournersawake/p/ttrpg-summer-events ttrpg adventure summer is here! Now it is it time to show how tabletop role playing games like dnd and Index Card RPG

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