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The Dragon of Dreyfus Gulch

 
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Adventurers Requested! 

The thriving frontier mining town of Phandal includes all manner of prospectors, fur traders, farmers, and woodcutters drawn by stories of gold in the foothills of the Sword Mountains.

Dragon sightings have recently become commonplace and the residents of Phandal fear for their lives and homes.

Brave & accomplished adventurers are in dire need to face this threat!


Adventure awaits in this cooperative storytelling experience aimed at new players. 

Wildrence & BerlingsBeard invite those who’ve not had the chance to fully explore the famous table top game Dungeons & Dragons to join us for an enhanced experience in a stage dressed game space  over a mug of ale or goblet of wine! 

 
 
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GENERAL INFORMATION

  • No experience necessary! 

  • Groups of adventurers will be guided through weekly quests by storytellers with over 10K hours of public play experience. 

  • Weekly quests will be linked by an overarching narrative experience.

  • Play for one quest, all quests, or as many as you like, a la carte.

  • All sessions will open at 7.30pm and closes at 9.30pm

  • For quests 9 & 10 we recommend at least one quest beforehand to ensure the most narratively satisfying experience.

  • 21+ age requirement

  • No refunds

  • For cancelations, please provide 2-weeks notice and we’ll try our best to accommodate availability.

  • Email us for group rates!

CODE OF CODUCT

All participants are expected to observe common sense rules for behavior, personal interaction, courtesy, and respect. Harassing or offensive behavior will not be tolerated. We reserve the right to expel, without refund, any participant not in compliance with the anti-harassment policy below.

Be Safe

  • Follow anti-harassment policy, venue rules, and staff directions

  • No running, jumping, throwing, or other unsafe shenanigans

  • Support each other in maintaining a safe environment

  • Report concerns to Wildrence staff

Play Nice

  • Don’t harass anyone

  • Respect everyone's physical / social boundaries and personal property

  • No stealing, cheating, trolling, or griefing

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Anti-Harassment Policy 

BerlingsBeard is committed to providing a safe environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Harassment or unwelcome conduct, whether verbal, physical, visual, or in any other form, is strictly prohibited. BerlingsBeard’s anti-harassment policy applies to all persons involved in the operation or attendance of quest sessions or co-sponsored events. BerlingsBeard will not tolerate harassment of anyone by anyone, including participants, storytellers, or staff.

BerlingsBeard defines harassment as any behavior that threatens a person or group or produces an unsafe or non-inclusive environment. Harassment includes, but is not limited to, offensive verbal comments or non-verbal expressions related to gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, or religious beliefs. Harassment also includes, but is not limited to, sexual or discriminatory images in public and quasi-public spaces, intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Harassment may take the form of comments, epithets, slurs, jokes, teasing, display or discussion of written or graphic material, repeatedly standing too close to or brushing up against a person, or giving gifts of an unwanted or sexual nature. Advocating or encouraging any of the above is also considered harassment.

Safety Tools:

X-Card 

All roleplaying game events produced by BerlingsBeard feature an X-card. An X-card is a tool that helps maintain a safe environment at the gaming table. Roleplaying games can be very improvisational and adventures can vary widely in content. It can be impossible to predict when uncomfortable content might come up. An X-card is a tool to keep the content at the table safe for everyone. It is a card in the middle of the table with an X on it. Should someone feel uncomfortable at anytime, they can tap the X-card. The event host and other players will change the content, dial it back, or skip ahead. BerlingsBeard endorses and uses the X-Card as part of our plan to create a safe and inclusive environment for gamers. The X-Card was designed by John Stavropoulos and more information about it can be found at http://tinyurl.com/x-card-rpg

CREDITS

Co-produced by Wildrence & BerlingsBeard

Senior Storyteller (BerlingsBeard / Ken Breese)

Junior Storyteller (Zelma / Kelsey Hercs)

Scenic design by Wildrence

Story adapted from Chris Perkins