Dino Riderz a tabletop RPG for kids

Dino Riderz review: a roaringly fun tabletop RPG for kids

Dino Riderz is another awesome game setting released by Family Fantasy RPG, this one focusing on… dinosaurs! The Family Fantasy RPG system is a tabletop role-playing game designed for all ages, stepping in difficulty depending on your child’s age and including lots of awesome additional activities to complete during these storybook style adventures!

5 Tips and Tricks for Tracking Spells and Magic in Kid’s Tabletop Role-Playing Games

As an adult, I sometimes have a hard time keeping track of all my spells both when I’m a player or when I’m a DM.  There’s a bunch of weird names, specific casting rules and descriptions, spells lots, spell levels, etc.  It can be even harder for kids, especially when they can’t read, so they need to at least sort of remember what they can do.  Here are some tips to help with that!
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TTRPGkids game review: Babies and Broadswords

I played Babies and Broadswords with the creators of the game and had a blast! It’s a perfect balance of mechanics (not too easy and not too hard), and it was a great throwback to mornings watching Rugrats with my siblings. I had a lot of fun, and I highly recommend playing with both your kids and your grown-up tables!
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Interview: Martin from the Daddy Rolled a 1 blog!

I’ve known Martin as DaddyRolleda1 on twitter for over a year now, and we’ve had chats about playing TTRPG’s with kids from the start – he was one of my inspirations for starting the TTRPGkids blog, and it was an awesome opportunity to get to sit down and chat about his experiences with table top role playing games, working with Wizards of the Coast, and introducing his daughter and her friends to D&D.
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TTRPGkids game review: Overgrown

I played Overgrown with my 3yo, and we had a lot of fun!  The chaotic combinations of creatures that make up the player’s characters was a HUGE hit with kiddo (who picked an Owlcat named Owllie), and the d20 only mechanics were easy for kiddo to understand.  We ran a fun adventure that started with chasing a flock of sharkbirds (which we are calling a tornado of sharks) that were trying to steal breakfast from some mice, and had a great time letting my 3yo navigate the story from there!  I hope you have a great game too!
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Tiny Tome, Tiny TTRPG Review: Omotenashi

Omotenashi is a cozy storytelling prompt game all about hospitality and helping others feel welcome.  In this animal-populated world, take on the roles of staff members as a getaway for a variety of guests, all with different needs, and figure out how to help them relax and find inspiration in their lives.
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Tiny Tome, Tiny TTRPG Review: 5 Second Rule

Congrats!  You have superpowers (!!), but they are limited to 5 seconds.  Maybe you can only turn back time by 5 seconds or maybe you can only gain super strength for 5 second intervals, but you still need to escape, complete daring feats of super heroism, and have adventures!  Use these limits to get creative and work together to use your powers to their fullest.