TTRPGkids tips and tricks for running a 1-1 TTRPG session

Tips and tricks for running 1-1 tabletop RPG and D&D games with kids

Running a 1-1 game does come with its own challenges, but it also comes with some cool new elements and perspectives for your game.  I’ve run tabletop RPGs for a group of seven players and I’ve run them for just one player – here are some of the differences I’ve seen and tips for how to handle them!
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Review of Ti’tains, a card stacking construction toy that’s great for tabletop RPGs!

Ti’tains are a card stacking and holding device that can be used for a lot of cool applications with tabletop RPGs!  From being stands for printed or drawn minis to facilitating easy to build mazes, Ti’tains have been a lot of fun to try out, and I’m glad to share some of the ideas we had for this new building system with you!
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Review of I Went to the North Pole Once, a tabletop RPG about creating a holiday adventure!

I Went to the North Pole Once is a rules-lite prompt based roleplaying game that’s all about making up a story about a trip to the North Pole!  Roll for random prompts that you use to create your winter wonderland story!