ROC is happy to present three D&D campaigns for youth ages 12-17, separated into "beginner" groups and "experienced" groups. Each campaign will consist of six weekly games that will be (approximately) three hours in length. Each group will have room for up to six adventurers, and participants may register for more than one campaign if they so wish.
Read More About Each Campaign
"The Master's Vault" (Jan 22 - Feb 26) is a 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons campaign for level 1 adventurers, by James Introcaso. This campaign was designed to teach players how to use Roll20 and the mechanics of D&D, making it ideal for beginners, but advanced players will still enjoy the mystery of the story.
For more than a century Elaria Feywing, known to many as The Master, mentored young adventurers in combat, exploration, and magic. Little is known about the elf woman’s past and her days as a wandering wizard, but her status as a teacher is legendary. Many young fortune-seekers made the trek out to the small village of Parabor on the frontier of the Merriam Vale to seek Elaria’s expertise. She took only a handful of these pupils every year. Her favorite group of disciples was also her last and most recent: the player characters.
"Dragon of Icespire Peak" (Mar 12 - Apr 16) is a 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons campaign for level 3 adventurers, by Wizards of the Coast. This campaign assumes the party is an established group of adventurers ready to take on a new challenge, with a very straightforward quest-reward system.
Driven from lands farther north by more powerful dragons, a young white dragon named Cryovain has descended upon the Sword Mountains, claiming the snow-capped range as its domain. Typical of its kind, Cryovain is dim-witted and cruel. The dragon patrols the skies around Icespire Peak, surveying its territory while hunting for food and easy treasure. With each passing day, the dragon’s domain grows as it ranges farther across the land, preying on anything it can catch with its claws or freeze to death with its icy breath. Sightings of the dragon are becoming more common, as are its attacks."
Dates and Rates
|Afternoon Group||Evening Group|
|"The Master's Vault"||Saturdays 1:00-4:15pm
Jan 22 - Feb 26
|"Dragon of Icespire Peak"||Saturdays 1:00-4:15pm
Mar 12 - Apr 16
Mar 12 - Apr 16
|"Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan"||Saturdays 1:00-4:15pm
Apr 30 - Jun 4
Apr 30 - Jun 4
Welcome Friend Association understands and respects that people have differing abilities to pay for our ROC Programming. We do our best to ensure programs are financially accessible by offering a voluntary tier-based payment system. *This program is voluntary and in no way influences the experience that campers receive. It is intended to allow camp families to take an active roll in supporting the cost of programming. Office staff are the only people who know what tier you have selected and this information is used for billing purposes only.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Pride and Remembrance Foundation, we are able to offer subsidized registration fees for D&D. If you are unable to afford Tier 3, please contact us. We do not want finances to be a barrier to participation in our programs.
|Tier 1||Tier 2||Tier 3|
|"The Master's Vault" (Jan 22 - Feb 26)||$125||$85||$30|
|"Dragon of Icespire Peak" (Mar 12 - Apr 16)||$125||$85||$30|
|"Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan" (Apr 30 - Jun 4)||$125||$85||$30|
Frequently Asked Questions
Dungeons & Dragons is a tabletop roleplaying game that has been popular since the 70s. Immerse yourself in the medieval fantasy setting, roleplay as your original character, and roll dice to determine the outcomes of your actions!
At ROC, we play D&D using the free tabletop site roll20.net. In order to play with us, registrants will have to create a free account (requires an active email). Roll20 has digital character sheets and dice, so you will not need to print anything out or bring any extra materials.
You will need to have:
- A device to access Zoom (mic required)
- A device to access roll20.net (desktop is best)
- Imagination and a cooperative attitude
Yes! If slots become scarce, priority will be given to registrants who are only interested in that one campaign. I.E we cannot guarantee a slot in all three campaigns.
Every session is important as these campaigns are designed as an 6-week program. Please only register if you are able to attend each week. (If something unexpected comes up, send an email to Noah so they know how many participants to expect each week!)
Refunds are available up to 7 days prior to the start of each campaign.
We will not be offering refunds once the program begins. If a participant misses a session, it cannot be rescheduled, as the focus of D&D is group participation.