How to Train your Dungeon Master
How to Train your Dungeon Master is a program designed to train and empower youth who are interested leading Dungeons and Dragons campaigns. Throughout this ten week program, youth will learn how to play, modify, and test their own D&D games. The Dungeon Master is the pillar to any Dungeon and Dragons adventure. They create and animate a unique world for their players, providing quests, challenges and rewards. Through this program, aspiring Dungeon Masters will learn core skills, leadership and vocabulary to help them manage campaigns of all shapes and sizes and lead their players through amazing worlds and fabulous adventures.
January 21- April 4
10 Weekly 3 hour sessions
Time: Saturday afternoons 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Bret has been a passionate nerd all of his life, reading fantasy novels,playing video games and tabletop RPGs. He has been crafting adventures in tabletop games for the past 7 years working with Pathfinder, Starfinder, and Dungeons & Dragons. Currently working on his bachelor in Science and Technology Studies at York University, Bret also volunteers his time with Toronto Gaymers crafting One-Shot adventures for experts and beginners alike.
Bret works with Toronto Gaymers creating LGBTQ+ Dungeons and Dragons events. He has also created his own version of D&D Campaigns known as a Dungeon Moots. A Dungeon Moot is when several D&D groups play in the same campaign to accomplish a central goal. Each party makes decisions that either help or hinder other tables. Along with Toronto Gaymers, Bret is also a producer of a live stream entitled “Quests and Queers” playing as Dungeon Master with a diverse cast of queer players play a long-running D&D adventure.