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Forming ASL Role Playing Gaming Group

by Hawke Robinson last modified Sep 20, 2015 11:24 PM
If you are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or hearing but know ASL, and want to have some fun, come join the group.

If you have ever read a story where you wished you could be that character, or adventure in the setting described as your own character, you can now do so.

This is not a "Live Action" role playing (where people dress up and act things out), this is "good old fashioned" paper and dice rpging. Participants sit down around a table together (like a card or board game gathering), and have a great time together.

For more information about role playing, read the essay:

No experience necessary. Just bring your imagination, the ability to sign in ASL, and a penchant for fun with others.

Through role playing gaming, you can create a character of you choosing in a fun setting for adventure, intrigue, commaraderie, treasure and more!

This link provides a quick example of role playing gaming.

If you want to read more, this link provides several interesting documents.

For more information contact Hawke via email:

A schedule will be announced as soon as enough participants have signed up.