Venger, The Force of Evil (An eight-week campaign Dungeons and Dragons Adventure)

When
Weekly on Mondays from Mon, Apr 5 to Mon, May 24
Mon (4/26) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/3) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/10) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/17) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/24) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (4/5) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (4/12) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (4/19) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (4/26) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/3) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/10) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/17) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
Mon (5/24) 11am–1pm PDT (2 hrs)
877-676-8884
Where
Online
Ages
9 yrs and up
Attendance
Optional: adults can stay or take a breather
Price
$330
About

In this eight-week campaign, students band together to overcome Venger, the Force of Evil, and the ultimate danger in the land of Deanda. With the help of a magic roller-coaster and the Dungeon Master himself, players find their modern-day party transported to a world of magic and adventure.
From role-play to combat, players get a taste of how D&D works, and how different character classes serve different roles in the party. On their journey, they encounter classic D&D villains such as Beholders, Hags, and Fiends, and work together to take them down.
Over the course of eight two-hour sessions, students encounter many friends and just as many foes, all of whom have a stake in their quest. How the story ends, however, is up to them.
The first session is devoted to character creation, ensuring that each student gets the time and help they need to create a character they’ll love playing. This session is also used to establish party dynamics to create a group that is familiar with each other before the story begins.
No physical materials are required, just an internet connection, an online dice roller (or physical dice, if that’s more your style,) and a way to access PDFs! If students would like, they have the chance to join a Discord server to discuss D&D with fellow students, and hear the first news about one-shot adventures and longer games.
D&D Beyond is a tool I use, and an excellent resource to help students learn about this role-playing system. Much of the reference material on the website is free, and an account is not necessary to take part.

The teacher will provide a link before the class starts.

Tags
Enrichment, Online, and D&D