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Dungeons & Dragons: Playing with Story
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Dungeons & Dragons: Playing with Story

Join us for a glimpse into the compelling fun of D&D, followed by discussion about what role-playing games offer the craft of storytelling.

When

Thursday 15 September, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Bar open from 5.30pm

Where

LibraryMuseum, Corner of Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury

Price

$10 full/$5 conc

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Dungeons and Dragons is riding a new surge in popularity. Join us for a glimpse into the compelling fun of D&D, a game that attracts and spawns writers in all genres.

Author and Dungeon Master T.R. Napper leads this one-shot D&D encounter with seasoned players, Luke Mercieca and Maddie Schnelle, and first-time player, author Margaret Hickey – who may well need a little audience assistance!

Following the encounter, our players will engage in discussion about the game, parallels between writing and role-playing, the vital elements of storytelling, and what D&D offers to the art and craft of creating characters and building narratives and worlds.

This will be an enormously fun and juicy night for anyone fascinated by the craft of storytelling and who loves nothing more than dwelling inside a good book, or a good game.

Includes a short interval. Snacks provided. Bar open from 5.30pm.

Background to the encounter

The Dungeon Master has set the scene for our story, The Almond Prince. Click the links below to discover the background setting for the encounter and information about the characters.

Setting Background: The Almond Prince

Auberon the Keeper – played by Madeleine Schnelle

Namur the Traitor – played by Margaret Hickey

Kouran Navis – played by Luke Mercieca


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