Interview: Host of Raised on DnD, Nick Cardarelli!

I exchanged interviews with Nick from Raised on DnD podcast and had a great time chatting about his introduction to TTRPGs, how he introduced TTRPGs to his kids as young as 2.5, and how gaming has benefited his family! He runs an awesome show that has featured guests including his own kids and Luke Gygax, and he has a clear passion for family gaming that I hope can help inspire you to get into it as well!

Tips and Tricks: Quick and easy minis/game piece crafts for kids

Minis are awesome props to use when playing TTRPG’s, but there’s always some problems with bumping the board or potential for breaking them. Here are some alternative minis crafts and suggestions that can help you bring minis to the table and help engage your kids!

Where to find: Kid-friendly minis for table top games!

Minis are awesome props to use when playing TTRPG’s, but there’s always some problems with bumping the board or potential for breaking them. Here are some alternative minis crafts and suggestions that can help you bring minis to the table and help engage your kids!

All Ages TTRPG Review: Shrewmanji

I heard about Shrewmanji when its creator, DC Bradshaw, contacted me about the game. Immediately, I thought it looked adorable and hilarious.  As a fan of both the original and new Jumanji movies, it was a lot of fun being able to jump into this game and share a wild board/video game style jungle adventure with my family!

Interview: Dad’s & Dragons hosts, Jamie and Lawrence

I interviewed Jamie and Lawrence from the Dad’s & Dragons podcast! I have been listening to their podcast for months, and it was very awesome to get the chance to chat. We talked about how they got into D&D, how they have been playing D&D with their families, and their approach to gaming with their kids!

Tips and tricks: 12 ideas for helping kids stay interested when playing TTRPG’s

Playing tabletop role playing games (TTRPG’s) with kids can be a lot of fun, however… sometimes the session starts out great and 5 minutes in, they’ve got the fidgets and aren’t interested anymore. Here are some tips and tricks to help with setting up a game that’s interesting for your children, keeping their interest through the story, and understanding their limits.