Dungeons & Dragons and tabletop roleplaying have found unprecedented popularity through movies, TV shows and online content like Critical Role.
Parents might be left to wonder: “What is this thing?”.
Meanwhile, children might find it challenging to explain this hobby.
Parents and children, look no further than our professional panel to inform you.
My panellists will be:
- Heroes Without Limits – Mustang (She/Her/They/Them)
Mustang a disabled (hEDS), queer, Dungeon Master/Game Master who works in disability advocacy to improve representation and accessibility in tabletop rolepaying sames such as Dungeons & Dragons. Mustang is a freelance sensitivity reader and writer, founder of and co-producer at the Heroes without Limits community.
- River Horse Games – Alessio Cavatore (He/Him)
Alessio is an Origins awards winner who is the co-author of the tabletop roleplaying game “My Little Pony: Tails of Equestria” for River Horse Games. He has also designed or co-designed many board games and miniatures wargames such as The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: The Board Game and many more.
- The Goblin’s Chest – Rupert Greyling (He/Him)
Rupert is an artist, author, creator and owner of The Goblin’s Chest. He works predominantly with children and young people who have suffered trauma and live with various mental health challenges. He currently develops, with a South African NFO, a culturally-sensitive TTRPG for children in local disadvantaged communities. He also recently organised in London the Maximum Inclusion event for children and young people with disabilities, neurodivergency or chronic illnesses.
If we missed something you want to know, we look forward to hear your questions during our Q&A.
We hope you will be many joining us in the chatroom on the UK Games Expo official Twitch channel.