Labyrinth Games & Puzzles has been teaching children and adults how to play Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) since we first opened in 2010. The role playing game, which is now in its 5th edition, is about storytelling in a world of swords and sorcery. It shares many similarities with pretend play or make-believe, but the game’s rules add structure to the stories. Rolling dice provides a way to determine consequences for the actions players choose within the fiction. At Labyrinth, our stories are created and led by our training staff, but the players (and the dice) will determine the outcome.
One of the key tenets of Labyrinth’s youth D&D program is that all players belong to a Guild of Heroes, an organization of brave adventurers and explorers dedicated to helping those in need and bettering the world around them. After they prove their heroism, new players will be invited to join the Guild of Heroes and create new characters in a guided step by step process.
Participants will be given a link to a video conferencing site in which they will be able to join a private video chat with the other adventurers as well as the Labyrinth Staff Dungeon Master. All players are asked to keep video on during the event so we can effectively communicate.