Dungeons and Dragons Group
14 February @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is a great way to make friends and meet people while being fully immersed in a fun activity.
D&D is a co-operative, ongoing game, full of fearsome battles and wild magic. Players work as a team in role-play scenarios, trying to achieve desired results. In D&D, success at anything is determined with the roll of the dice. Each character has strengths and weaknesses that affect their various roles. Players work through challenges to earn more experience points so they can move up to higher levels, unlocking better abilities.
Unlike board games or video games, there are no limits to what can be achieved. D&D is about working as a team to create a story that one of the players alone could never have thought of.
While anyone over 15 is welcome to join this group, it is designed for people who are living with autism. It will suit people who have a creative and analytical mind, and an interest in mystery and magic.