Earlier this year, I was part of a group of awesome educators and presenters who brought two events EDU TTRPG events to SXSW EDU. We now have four proposals in for this year and need your help voting to get them approved AND to help get more educators interested in and informed about using TTRPGs in class!
ArithMagine is a TTRPG system, made to pair with Stories RPG, for practicing numeracy skills! It’s a fun ruleset for playing with math in a dynamic and creative way that connects with the story that you make together. It’s also easy to fit into a class or school program with its rules-lite set up and flexibility to fit with any adventure.
Gigacity Guardians is an all-ages TTRPG about superheroes that pairs with a podcast series of the same name! Check it out here for some action packed fun!
Luna Uni is a combo game, educational tool kit, and teachers guide that meshes tabletop RPGs and education in a way that helps students engage and enjoy learning!
GigaCity Guardians is an epic combo of a TTRPG and podcast running in parallel! Play along at home with your own superhero character as you follow the adventures from the story!
I am excited to share with you info on the Starsworn kickstarter!! I’ve played Starsworn with my kid several times and LOVED it – am I happy to see it kickstarting for a physical copy… and doing so well! Find out more info here and check out the kickstarter while you can!!
I played Starsworn Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 last year with kiddo, and we had a lot of fun together! Now, we’ve tried out Chapter 3, which is an awesome magical school adventure, and had all kinds of fun learning to use our character’s powers (and introducing the Luck of Legends drama clock)!
I had the awesome opportunity to partner with Michael Low from Luck of Legends on a dual article release! We are releasing our articles on each other’s sites to help share our experiences, provide some tips and tricks for playing with different age ranges, and help you bring TTRPG’s to your kids.
I previously reviewed Michael’s game, Starsworn and listened to the playthroughs on Stories Podcast, and they were both so good, I kind of had to do an interview. Michael has a lot of experience and insight in playing TTRPG’s with kids and has done wonders for the kids in his educational programs! We talked about the games, advice, why TTRPG’s work so well with kids… so much solidly helpful information.
I was very excited to review StarSworn, not just because it is a system my kid can easily pick up, but because it comes from a fam-friendly story podcast! This game was a lot of fun to play, and my kid (and I) are enjoying listening to the podcast as well!