Becoming A Better Player: Character Creation for Fantasy Role-playing Games

by Hawke Robinson published 2020/01/28 18:44:02 GMT-7, last modified 2020-01-28T18:44:02-07:00
THREE-DAY WORKSHOP · TUE FEB 11 – THU FEB 13 • 7 – 9:30 PM. Ages 10 – 105. RPG Research at Spark Central Spokane: Becoming A Better Player: Character Creation for Fantasy Role-playing Games.

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/becoming-a-better-player-character-creation-for-fantasy-role-playing-games-registration-84081298427

Learn to make great characters for tabletop fantasy role-playing games with the experts at RPG Research during this three-day camp. In the fantasy world of bfRPG, will you play a gallant warrior, a sneaky burglar, a master of magic, or something entirely different? Join us to explore the possibilities and find a character you’ll love to play!

Kids, parents, seniors, role-playing game enthusiasts, and folks who have never before played role-playing games are all encouraged to attend! The camp will culminate in a special session of Drop in & RPG on Friday, February 14th where participants can run their characters through an adventure together and experience how these games build a shared narrative using cooperative problem solving, exploration, imagination, and rich social interaction.

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F.A.Q.

Do I have to register to come?
Yes, you must register to come as workshops have a limited number of spots.

How do I register?
Register via our Eventbrite page (if you're reading this, then you're in the right spot!). If there is a cost involved with the workshop, Eventbrite will walk you through the steps to pay for the workshop with a credit card. If you do not own a credit card, email programs@spark-central.org and we'll get you registered.

Who is welcome at workshops? Does one have to have a certain skill level or be a certain age?
Spark Central prides itself on bringing together beginners, professionals, and everyone in-between. Ages determined to be appropriate for the workshop and subject matter are listed in the event description, but please contact programs@spark-central.org if you have any questions about exceptions.

I can only come to some of the sessions of this workshop. Should I still register?
We ask that you register if you can attend all sessions of the workshop. Spots are limited and multi-session workshops build on skills learned in previous sessions. If you become ill after registering or an emergency arises, please contact programs@spark-central.org.

What do I need to bring to this workshop?
Usually, any items you are expected to bring are listed in the workshop description. If you need to bring any special items with you to the workshop, you will receive those instructions in a separate email a week or so prior to the event.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is free two-hour parking behind the Spark Central building and 90-minute street parking on Summit Parkway. There is a bus stop on the corner of Summit and Monroe.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact programs@spark-central.org with questions.

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