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Senior Liam Green runs a small Dungeons and Dragons campaign at a club meeting on March 15.

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Senior Liam Green runs a small Dungeons and Dragons campaign at a club meeting on March 15.

Dungeons & Dragons Club is a club where anyone to newcomers or those that already know how to play are welcomed to join. Dungeons & Dragons (also known as D&D) club is a fantasy role-playing game that meets every other Friday outside of co-sponsor Heather Ferguson’s room from 3:00 to 4:30. Science teacher Adam Smith also helps to run the club.

In DnD each player takes on a role of a character in a fictional setting. The Dungeonmaster is in charge of telling the story which consists of the same characters and storyline every time they play.

“The story does start at the beginning of the club, but what we usually do is find some way to write the new character into the story,” senior Liam Green said.

People who enjoy storytelling or role playing are always welcomed to join and club leaders will help teach them how to play the game. There are also multiple games going on at once so everbody always have a chance to play.

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