Designer Anthony Joyce suggests that children as young as three might enjoy the D&D adventure The Little Astralnaut.
The 5-page download from the DMs Guild is usually about two bucks, is currently free to download and perhaps that’s why it caught Wizards of the Coast’s eye.
WotC has pointed its 400,000 followers at the humble offering with a tweet, and the author was speechless.
Take a child on a Dungeons and Dragons adventure as they take on the role of “The Little Astralnaut.” Lead them as they explore the “Astral Station” and encounter wondrous creatures that come alive in their imaginations. Children as young as three years old can fully enjoy this adventure. It can be ran in as little as 10-15 minutes so you can mesmerize a child’s short attention span. With more focused children, you can run this adventure up to one-hour.”
Joyce’s other adventures aren’t for kids. There’s the Blood Hunter which is designed for one DM and one player, a format that became popular over the lockdown. Anthony was part of the extensive writing team on Darkhom: Secrets of the Zhentarim as well as a key member of the small but equally as talented Elminster’ Candlekeep Companion, along with Ed Greenwood.
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