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D&D Students Search for Adventure

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​D&D club members 17-18 Back: sophomore Sam Lampman, sophomore Kyle Wutkin, junior Logan strong, junior Ryan Schnurr, sophomore Cody Lampman, senior Magnus Berntsen, Front: sophomore Roman Smith, freshman Felix Cooper, freshman Remi Murphy, sophomore Cameron Skarnulis, junior Stephen Vela, senior Jennifer Myers

​D&D club members 17-18 Back: sophomore Sam Lampman, sophomore Kyle Wutkin, junior Logan strong, junior Ryan Schnurr, sophomore Cody Lampman, senior Magnus Berntsen, Front: sophomore Roman Smith, freshman Felix Cooper, freshman Remi Murphy, sophomore Cameron Skarnulis, junior Stephen Vela, senior Jennifer Myers

​D&D club members 17-18 Back: sophomore Sam Lampman, sophomore Kyle Wutkin, junior Logan strong, junior Ryan Schnurr, sophomore Cody Lampman, senior Magnus Berntsen, Front: sophomore Roman Smith, freshman Felix Cooper, freshman Remi Murphy, sophomore Cameron Skarnulis, junior Stephen Vela, senior Jennifer Myers

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Students on the hunt for adventure can find what they’re looking for in Dungeons and Dragons Club, which meets after school on Tuesdays.

“D&D has quite a bit of math, reading, strategy and communication that goes along with it,” said club sponsor Jeff Yoachim.

Dungeons and Dragons is a tabletop fantasy role-playing game. Each player makes a character while the dungeon master designs an adventure for everyone else. Each character has to work together to overcome challenges and obstacles.

The dungeon master, or the DM, comes up with adventures. This year, there are two DM’s, sophomore Kyle Wutkin and junior Stephan Vela. The DM determines everything that happens in the world; how many enemies they will be fighting, what kind of loot they will find and how the adventure will play out. “Whoever can devote the most time or seems like they are getting into D&D gets to be the DM,” said Vela, club president.

D&D typically has around 12-16 people. Usually each adventure has around five people in it to keep the games from being too slow.

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