This article is to help give some ideas for all-ages-friendly festival challenges to include in your TTRPGs! Festivals are great plot devices for having a special holiday game, adding to the culture of your fantasy world, or just because, and there’s a ton of options for creating festivals that are exciting, engaging, and fun for any age and player.
I’ve been very excited for Brambletrek to launch and am happy to share more info with you in this featured project article! The Backerkit campaign is already fully funded and is adventuring through stretch goals – check it out here to get more details and see where to try out Brambletrek!
Check out here to see what my experience at GrandCon 9 was like AND get audio from the Our Family Plays Games x TTRPGkids talk on The Benefits of Family Gaming!
Every year, TTRPGkids features creators, charities, and games for the holidays so families and friends can find cool TTRPG gifts…
Enter here for your chance to win a whole bunch of TTRPGkids games!
Cozy Companion is a magazine from Snowbright Studio that includes TTRPG adventures, project features, and activities for all ages (kids and adults can both enjoy) that all revolve around a particular theme for each issue! This review is for Cozy Companion volume 3: All Things Nautical!
Our Family Plays Games is a wonderful family who is sharing their love of gaming with the community and could use your help with their mission! Check out here for info on all of the work they’ve been doing and see how you can support!
In this episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, I discuss how to create a TTRPG setting that fits the interests of young players! While these tips can be used for any age, they’re particularly important for using with youth who may have some pretty different fandoms and story preferences from grown ups who are running the game.
This episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast is all about using safety tools and setting ground rules in TTRPGs with kids – these tools are critical to making sure everyone feels comfortable and wants to come back to the game AND it’s important to make sure that young players can understand them and use the well.
This article has a whole bunch of ideas and examples for creating environmental challenges to try out in your games! I receive a lot of questions or comments about how to give more action-packed but non-violent encounters for young players, and environmental challenges are one of my favorite go-tos.