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Faction Missions for Young Adventurers

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Short faction missions for younger players. Features missions from Bregan D’aerthe, Emerald Enclave, and the Harpers.  Rather than focus on character level, each mission is broken down into three categories

1-     Use Real Life Skills

This style may be most appealing with pre-school or 4-6 year old players.

 

Here players use their fine and gross motor skills as well as early language and math skills to complete missions. This is done using printed materials.

 

2-     Use In Game Skills

This style uses the in game mechanics of Dungeons and Dragons. It may be most appealing to players 5 and up who are starting to get a hang of the rules of the game.

 

These missions have lots of dice rolling to help players learn to use their character sheet. Players use their dice rolls as they go about tasks or search for clues.

 

3-     Combat Monsters

This style allows players to combat monsters found in the Monsters Manual.

 

These missions present low level monsters to challenge players. Providing suggestions for NPC assistance if the characters feel overwhelmed. Be sure to use your discretion as to what is most appropriate for your players.

 

These can be used if you wanted to include a younger player briefly in an ongoing game of D&D, or if you wanted to run a quick family game after supper.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on July 22, 2019.