We want to make sure that our kids are going to have their boundaries respected when playing tabletop RPGs (whether it is D&D or any other game) and will feel comfortable enough playing that they want to come back. So, we’re going to look at some safety tools that can help and how to make some tweaks to these existing safety tools to be used for your particular kid.
Little but Fierce is a rewrite of D&D 5e to make it more accessible to kids! With the parsed down mechanics, rewritten spells lists, picture-based character sheet, and more, Little but Fierce provides a great way to introduce kids into tabletop RPGs!
This is a sortable list of D&D 5e compatible adventures, hacks, rewrites, and supplements to help you with brining D&D to kids!
There are a ton of great tabletop RPGs out there designed for kids at all different age levels! However, sometimes, you want to introduce your kids to YOUR game or your young one wants to join in on the “big kid’s game”. If your child isn’t at the reading and math level for the game, this can pose a challenge… but you can overcome it with them! There are lots of small changes you can implement to make any tabletop RPG mechanic (from indie games to D&D) a little more approachable for kids and a little easier for you to manage while you all play.
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!
This guide covers TONS of ideas for holidays gifts for your whole game table all while supporting small businesses and indie creators!
I hope this guide helps you find the perfect gift for your kids, players, DM, and everyone in between, and that you have an awesome holiday!
When I first heard of DnD Adventure Club, I was excited to check it out! It is a monthly D&D adventure subscription with ready-made stories that are appropriate for and geared at kids ages 8-12! I loved reviewing the quickstart and first adventure for DnD Adventure Club and think this would be great for kids and for adult players who are new to D&D alike!
This sortable list of family-friendly tabletop RPG and D&D podcasts was made to help you find a podcast that you can listen to with your kids or teens without worrying so much about content! These are a great way to bond over a hobby, have some screen-free fun, or learn about your favorite TTRPG’s!
Kids too young for dice? Small children in the house and worried about them finding missing dice? Dice difficult to see or use? Here’s some options to help find some fun and easy alternatives!
Hero Kids is an awesome table top role playing game for kids that comes highly recommended from many sources (including here)! This review covers game mechanics, characters, setting, and how much fun my kid had playing it – I hope your kids enjoy it just as much as mine!