Geekstravaganza Scenarios

Geekstravaganza Scenarios

Object Lessons, RPG, Youth Ministry Ideas
Instructions for Group Leaders: You are going to be a part of something a little different. Think of it sort of like a “choose your own adventure” book from your younger days. Follow the directions below. After each scenario open up their choice to discussion from the rest of the group. Directions: Choose a person in your group to roll 1d4 (That is the pyramid shaped die). Read the scenario that corresponds to their number. In that scenario that player will be given a choice. After their choice the scenario have them roll the d20 (the big 20 sided die) Read the result text that corresponds with their roll. DO NOT READ the result text until after they have made their choice. After that person has made their choice and…
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I Dinged 30 Last Night

My Life, RPG
If you don't know what that title means then the rest of this message won't make any sense to you either, but last night I made it to level 30 in World of Warcraft. In laymen's terms that is sort of like turning 16 because it is when you get your first mount (sort of like getting a car). I can now roam around the countryside on my very own big cat. It is quite fun.
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RPG Saturday Night

RPG, Spiritual Ideas
So I wonder if my church will let me quit all of the rest of the stuff from my job and just GM tabletop RPG games all week. Ok, so that probably isn’t the best use of my talents, but I have to say that the idea is intriguing. Saturday we had the second of our new campaign in Eberron. (For those of you who don’t know Eberron is a fantasy setting with lots of magic and swordplay.) Again it was a wonderful time. I was much better prepared, and as such I was much more able to set up the role playing. Also, since I had a better handle on what was happening, I wasn’t afraid if they decided to go somewhere I hadn’t planned so I didn’t need…
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d20 Saturday Night

RPG
We started a new gaming group on Saturday. It blended some of the old group and some new blood. The cool thing was that we added girls to the mix this time. I love role playing with girls. They really want to interact with characters not just pick up a chair and smash people all the time. Of course the really cool thing is the fact that I get to interact with students for 3 or 4 hours. It is a great way to build relationships and all in all it has been a success. I started gaming last year to bring a couple of guys into church and one of them is coming regularly and the other one came for the first time on Wednesday. Of course the big…
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