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Crosslink to my favorite papercraft forum, via a Geekdad article about four of the paper miniatures designers there. Oh yeah, free paper minis!
As I've continued to search for new and inexpensive papercraft methods to make minis and terrain, I've discovered a number of websites and comrades-in-arms who also enjoy papercraft with their gaming, and I'd like to share some of these resources with you below -- many of these folks are geek parents, so I've also asked a few of them for a little background on their hobbies and their kids.
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Crosslink to my favorite papercraft forum, via a Geekdad article about four of the paper miniatures designers there. Oh yeah, free paper minis!
As I've continued to search for new and inexpensive papercraft methods to make minis and terrain, I've discovered a number of websites and comrades-in-arms who also enjoy papercraft with their gaming, and I'd like to share some of these resources with you below -- many of these folks are geek parents, so I've also asked a few of them for a little background on their hobbies and their kids.
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Not strictly D&D (it's a Pathfinder module adapted to Hero Kids) but all about passing the hobby from one generation to another...
 
Saturday I ran We Be Goblins #Paizo for my 4 and 7 year old granddaughters (and their father, my son.) What a blast to pass the love of RPGs onto the next generation.

We Be Goblins is a free #Pathfinder module, but that's way-to0-hard for kids, so I adapted it to Hero Kids by +Justin Halliday.

http://the-forsite-irregulars.obsidianportal.com/adventure-log/we-be-goblins

Here's some photos of the game. Follow the link for more photos, the adventure log, product links, and details about the conversion (and some of the item cards I made thrown in as well...)
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So much awesome here. Thanks for sharing.
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Saturday I ran We Be Goblins #Paizo for my 4 and 7 year old granddaughters (and their father, my son.) What a blast to pass the love of RPGs onto the next generation.

We Be Goblins is a free #Pathfinder module, but that's way-to0-hard for kids, so I adapted it to Hero Kids by +Justin Halliday.

http://the-forsite-irregulars.obsidianportal.com/adventure-log/we-be-goblins

Here's some photos of the game. Follow the link for more photos, the adventure log, product links, and details about the conversion (and some of the item cards I made thrown in as well...)
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Crosslink to my favorite papercraft forum, via a Geekdad article about four of the paper miniatures designers there. Oh yeah, free paper minis!
As I've continued to search for new and inexpensive papercraft methods to make minis and terrain, I've discovered a number of websites and comrades-in-arms who also enjoy papercraft with their gaming, and I'd like to share some of these resources with you below -- many of these folks are geek parents, so I've also asked a few of them for a little background on their hobbies and their kids.
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Crosslink to my favorite papercraft forum, via a Geekdad article about four of the paper miniatures designers there. Oh yeah, free paper minis!
As I've continued to search for new and inexpensive papercraft methods to make minis and terrain, I've discovered a number of websites and comrades-in-arms who also enjoy papercraft with their gaming, and I'd like to share some of these resources with you below -- many of these folks are geek parents, so I've also asked a few of them for a little background on their hobbies and their kids.
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Oh nice, haha! I've seen them occasionally posted on Reddit, but it always happens while I'm on mobile so I forget to check them out by the time I get to a computer
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Not strictly D&D (it's a Pathfinder module adapted to Hero Kids) but all about passing the hobby from one generation to another...
 
Saturday I ran We Be Goblins #Paizo for my 4 and 7 year old granddaughters (and their father, my son.) What a blast to pass the love of RPGs onto the next generation.

We Be Goblins is a free #Pathfinder module, but that's way-to0-hard for kids, so I adapted it to Hero Kids by +Justin Halliday.

http://the-forsite-irregulars.obsidianportal.com/adventure-log/we-be-goblins

Here's some photos of the game. Follow the link for more photos, the adventure log, product links, and details about the conversion (and some of the item cards I made thrown in as well...)
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Kids get RP better than adults do... With them, the imagination leads and the rules follow. :-)
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Saturday I ran We Be Goblins #Paizo for my 4 and 7 year old granddaughters (and their father, my son.) What a blast to pass the love of RPGs onto the next generation.

We Be Goblins is a free #Pathfinder module, but that's way-too-hard for kids, so I adapted it to Hero Kids by +Justin Halliday.

http://the-forsite-irregulars.obsidianportal.com/adventure-log/we-be-goblins

Here's some photos of the game. Follow the link for more photos, the adventure log, product links, and details about the conversion (and some of the item cards I made thrown in as well...)
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+Randy Farmer Oh they were much older. some in their 50's and a few "kids" who were in their late teens. I mainly wanted to try out Fate Accelerated and I loved the scenario. Love what you did with the papercraft.
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