Skip to content

Loading Events

Saturdays, Aug 6 - Aug 27
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

4 weekly meetings
  • Summer 2022
Time of Day:
Meeting Location:
  • Hybrid
Room: Classroom 2


The numbers below include tickets for this event already in your cart. Clicking "Get Tickets" will allow you to edit any existing attendee information as well as change ticket quantities.
Tickets are no longer available

Members save on classes!

Tuition assistance is available in checkout.

One-Page Story Games

Roleplaying games are a unique form of collaborative storytelling–but they don’t need to be complex. Like short fiction, sometimes the best stories are those that can be enjoyed in one sitting–and RPGs encourage a loose and lighthearted approach to your favorite genre. Learn to support your story concept with a simple game structure to create a fun and memorable storytelling experience to share with friends.

Some popular examples of 1-page RPGs include: Honey Heist (plan and execute an elaborate heist, which is difficult because you’re all bears); Lasers and Feelings (a loosely Star Trek inspired scenario); Pride and Extreme Prejudice (a tongue-in-cheek homage to both Jane Austen and mecha anime); The Witch is Dead (a murder mystery where you play as the dead witch’s familiars); Sexy Battle Wizards (the name says it all, really).

This 4-session class will guides you through creating a simple roleplaying game of your own in any genre (fantasy, sci-fi, horror, or retelling a favorite book or film). We will look at examples of popular 1-page story games for inspiration and play them in short segments. We’ll also learn concepts for quick and evocative character creation and world building, ideas for game rules using dice, and options for self-publishing and sharing your game!

Please note: This class or event is hybrid. Some attendees will be in-person and some will attend online. Currently, you do not have to show proof of vaccination to attend events or visit our center. Please read all our re-opening guidelines and important information before you visit, and be aware that there may be a limited number of seats available. If you are participating online (using Zoom or a similar live platform), students or attendees should have a stable internet connection. Class participants: you should have a computer or device with a webcam and microphone; and your Zoom link will be automatically sent to you after you register. Check your spam box if you don't see it.

  • August 6
  • August 13
  • August 20
  • August 27

The MuseTeacher: Gabriel Robinson

Prerequisite: Open to anyone