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Join tabletop roleplaying games with your favorite experienced AiC counselors in your own home! These are original and highly social RPG adventures adapted for online platforms. They are played by listening, storytelling and interacting with each other in groups of no more than six adventurers. Click for more info...

You can be a highly experienced RPG gamer or have little to no experience at all to enjoy our games. Science fiction, fantasy, mystery and horror are all presented with the whimsy, grit and improvisational openness you can expect from Adventures in Cardboard.

Through April and May you can choose games based on your favorite genre and story descriptions, on your favorite AiC counselors or by your age and preferred dates.

Players will meet with their group for 5 - 10 sessions in real time to play an entire story as characters in another world. The Game Master will serve as the player's eyes, ears and senses describing to you and your band of adventuring friends everything that is happening around you. You will make decisions and change the story based on your actions, your success, your mistakes, your failures.

Thrilling adventure, terrible risks and astounding rewards await you! If you survive and level up you can look for sequel games for your character and advance even further.

Needed to play: only a pencil, paper and your imagination! If you have a set of dice you can use them, if not your GM can roll for you. Roll20 has digital dice that look like the real thing if your GM is using that platform.

Words from our fans:

"I had so much fun.  We had an innovative adventure and a great DM in Rachel. I really appreciate the effort they put into the campaign and can't wait to do it again in the future." 
- Amory, player, age 11
"My son is a huge fan of Adventures in Cardboard and was absolutely thrilled when they launched their Dungeons & Dragons series.  It exceeded his high expectations; every week he left class elated about the fun and positive forum to connect with other kids around the Twin Cities who share his passion for D&D and role playing games.  He is counting the days until the next class begins!"  - Nicole, parent
"Thank you for doing this awesome program for our kids. It's a giant bright spot for them!!"
-Jenny, parent
"We'd been searching for something like this and our son had a great experience!  He had been interested in Dungeons and Dragons, but it's tough for a 12 year old to figure out the game from books alone (and it's been 35+ years since mom played...) and find a group of similarly aged kids.  It was wonderful to have an older counselor/DM to lead a small group of similarly aged kids through the game.  It was also great to have such small groups that he really got to know the other kids.  Now he's spending time researching in books to be a more informed adventurer!
 
And... he's excited to be signed up for another game in April. "
-Janice, parent

"Our 12-year-old loved being able to connect with real friends playing a cool game while we were stuck at home. I am so happy that this is an option for him while we all stay home. I especially like that there are adults moderating so that it's not too silly. It's a great way for semi-structured socialization!"  -Amy, parent

"THANK YOU SO MUCH for this! There were some technology issues at the beginning, but once things got rolling (pun intended), the platform worked well and the dudes were loving it. Gus was beaming at the opportunity to engage with his buddies and embark on this quest. The DMs were engaging and willing to entertain all tangents and absurdity. 

Gus took his headphones off early on and had it on speaker, so I could hear most of what was going on from my desk 🙂 Loved hearing them all connecting and being themselves - and getting some practice in the important skills of listening and taking turns. 
 
Gus is currently adding a green gem to his sword, Screamsong, to boost his acid power. 
 
Looking forward to the next couple sessions!"
-Zeb, parent
 

Check here for games, click pics for details!

Last games added on March 31st.

School grade ranges have been added to help you find a peer group you're comfortable with, but these are merely suggestions.  If you really love a game description, don't worry too much if you're a year or two off! Play the game YOU want to play! (Actual age restrictions are 8-17.)

 

Stories from The Out

Game Master: Lewis Istok
Suggested Ages: 8th, 9th, 10th grade
Limit: 6 players
5 Sessions, 4-6:30pm
Mon-Fri, April 6 – 10
$78.95 (registration fee included)
Uncharted Worlds: Space Opera RPG
Hosted on Zoom

The Floating City of Nezu

Game Master: Max “Chaos” Ansari
Suggested Ages: 3rd, 4th, 5th grade
Limit: 6 players
8 Sessions, 3:30-5:30pm
Mondays – Thursdays, April 20 – 31
$95.95 (includes registration fee)
5th Edition D&D (house rules)
Hosted on Roll20

Sailing Strange Skies

GAME FULL
Game Master: Kieran “Cap’n Bob” Sheldon
Suggested Ages: 5th, 6th, 7th grade
Limit: 6 players
10 Sessions, 3:30-5:30pm
Mon-Fri, April 13-24
$112.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D
Hosted on Roll20

Woe in Willmar

GAME FULL
Game Master: Julian McFaul
Suggested Ages: 5th, 6th, 7th grade
5 Sessions, 4-6pm Mon-Fri
Mon-Fri, April 13-17
$67.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D, (simple house rules)
Hosted on Zoom

The Sorrow Under The Mountain

GAME FULL
Game Master: Rachel “Alfie the Elf” Howard
Suggested Ages: 6th, 7th, 8th grade
Limit: 6 players
8 Sessions, 3:30-5:30pm
Mon & Wed, April 13 – May 6
$94.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D (house rules)
Hosted on Roll20

The Hunters of Crowhaven

GAME FULL
Game Master: Marc Berg
Suggested Ages: 6th, 7th, 8th grade
Limit: 6 Players
5 Sessions, 3:30-6pm
Mon-Fri, April 6 – 10
$78.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D (relaxed house rules)
Hosted on Roll20

MORE TO COME!

Please check back next week!

The Green Haven Anomaly

Game Master: Elizabeth Hickman Pine
Suggested Ages: 7th, 8th, 9th grade
Limit: 6 players
5 Sessions, 3:30-5pm
$56.95 (registration fee included)
Mon-Fri, April 6 – 10
5th Edition D&D
Hosted on Roll20

The Tomb of Erebus

GAME FULL
Game Master: Rachel “Alfie the Elf” Howard
Suggested Ages: 6th, 7th, 8th grade
Limit: 6 players
4 Fridays, 3:30-5:30pm
April 10 – May 1
$58.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D (house rules)
Hosted on Roll20

Gathering of Sorrow

Game Master: Max “Chaos” Ansari
Suggested Ages: 6th, 7th, 8th grade
Limit: 6 players
8 Sessions, 3:30-5:30pm
Mondays-Thursdays, April 6 – 16
$94.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D (house rules)
Hosted on Roll20

The Hunted of The Sahn

GAME FULL
Game Master: Julian McFaul
Suggested Ages: 3rd, 4th, 5th
5 Sessions, 4-6pm
Mon-Fri, April 6-10
$67.95 (registration fee included)
5th Edition D&D, (very simplified house rules)
Hosted on Zoom