Dungeons & Dragons Teen Book Club

Back for a second year and an all new campaign, the intrepid adventurers of the UPL Dungeons & Dragons Teen Book Club will invoke the magic of Google Meeting to gather EVERY Wednesday from 3:15 until 5:00pm.

As always, no experience is required! Our amazing Dungeon Master, Marcus, will help you craft a character and learn the ropes while while our Lore Master, Clay, will provide free books and swag for participants each week during library grab-and-go hours (or by appointment).

Expect to read books, earn points, and return to your daily life richer in treasure and experience!

Important Links

Join the Google Meeting Here on Wednesdays at 3:15pm


Log your reading here to earn points and win prizes

Give Feedback (Coming soon)

Questions? Contact Clay at librarian@trumansburglibrary.org

General Resources 

How to Create a Compliant Character

1. Go to D&D Beyond at https://www.dndbeyond.com/ and create a free account.

 2. Under the ‘Collections’ tab select ‘My Characters’.

 3. Click ‘Create A Character’ in the upper right corner.

 4. Select Standard Build.

 5. Under the ‘Home’ tab, give your character a name!  Then uncheck all ‘Sources’.  ‘Advancement Type’ should be XP not milestone.  Everything else should stay the same.

 6. Select your character’s race and fill in the applicable fields.

 7. Next, ‘Class.’ Your character is level 5. Fill in the applicable fields.

 8. ‘Abilities’ should be generated by Standard Array.  There are lots of resources in the handbook and online about where you should put your scores based on what your class is.

 9.  Fill in your character’s description, lifestyle, under character details, dictates how much money you start with.

 10. When figuring out ‘Equipment,’ it’s up to you if you want to choose starting equipment or gold then buying your equipment. 

 11. You can now view your character sheet in a browser or download it as a PDF.  And since you have an account on D&D Beyond you are free to edit this sheet as you go!

With thanks to the Community Foundation of Tompkins County for a grant from the Myrtle Dee Nash Fund to support this program!