Dungeons and Dragons, Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm @ JCC 76th st -SINGLE CLASS

$250.00

@JCC 76th st on Sundays (Room L2C1)

Class dates: 10/2,10/23, 10/30,11/6,11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11

Please note cancellations with less than 24 hr notice or no-shows will be charged.

Dungeons & Dragons is a structured, yet open-ended role-playing game. It is normally played indoors with the participants seated around a tabletop. Typically, one player takes on the role of Dungeon Master (DM) while the others each control a single character, representing an individual in a fictional setting. When working together as a group, the player characters (PCs) are often described as a “party” of adventurers, with each member often having their own area of specialty which contributes to the success of the whole.

During the course of play, each player directs the actions of their character and their interactions with other characters in the game. This activity is performed through the verbal impersonation of the characters by the players, while employing a variety of social and other useful cognitive skills, such as logic, basic mathematics and imagination. A game often continues over a series of meetings to complete a single adventure, and longer into a series of related gaming adventures, called a “campaign”.

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@JCC 76th st on Sundays (Room L2C1)

Class dates: 10/2,10/23, 10/30,11/6,11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11

Please note cancellations with less than 24 hr notice or no-shows will be charged.

Each session is two hours long. Capacity is 6 members for this class.

Dungeons & Dragons is a structured, yet open-ended role-playing game. It is normally played indoors with the participants seated around a tabletop. Typically, one player takes on the role of Dungeon Master (DM) while the others each control a single character, representing an individual in a fictional setting. When working together as a group, the player characters (PCs) are often described as a “party” of adventurers, with each member often having their own area of specialty which contributes to the success of the whole.

During the course of play, each player directs the actions of their character and their interactions with other characters in the game. This activity is performed through the verbal impersonation of the characters by the players, while employing a variety of social and other useful cognitive skills, such as logic, basic mathematics and imagination. A game often continues over a series of meetings to complete a single adventure, and longer into a series of related gaming adventures, called a “campaign”.

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