September 22, 2016
EXCERPT: Tim Horras sits at a child-sized table covered with a hand-drawn dungeon map and character sheets, teaching a boy how to be a thief… but not the kind that robs stores.
As the children’s librarian at the Kensington Library (104 Dauphin St.), Horras hosts Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) games every Tuesday afternoon for a group of children. The map spread across the table serves as a representation of the dungeon in which the players navigate in their quest, also known as a campaign.
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