Dungeons & Dragons Club meets for first time


Juniors John Garner (left) and John Rupe (Right) look over character sheets during the Dungeons and Dragons meeting. The club met for the first time after school on Oct. 21 in room 121. Approximately 12 students attended the meeting.

Dungeons and Dragons Club met for the first time in Room 121 after school on Oct. 21. Twelve students attended the first meeting. 

According to the Dungeon and Dragons Website, the core of D&D is storytelling. Those playing tell a story together, guiding heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring recues and more. 

A Dungeon Master (DM) serves as the game’s referee and storyteller. Players can either create their own characters or use pre-created characters.  

There are many different types of possible D&D characters including Wizards, Clerics, Fighters, Rogues, Bards, Rangers, Paladins, Warlocks, Monks, Druids, Sorcerers and Barbarians. 

Dungeons and Dragons Club sponsor Erin Deenihan created a Google Drive for club members to add D&D resources to as well as view other players’ materials. 

“I know nothing about Dungeons and Dragons, but they needed a sponsor and I believe it’s important for them to have a place to come and do their thing,” Deenihan said.