I played Adventures on a Single Page with my little one (4 years old), and he loved it! There's so many cool adventures specifically for kids here, and they require little to no prep AND fit in less than an hour - great job and attention to detail here, and check out my full review on the TTRPGkids site:
Adventures On A Single Page · Season 1
A downloadable adventures pack
Exploration, brawls, strange chimeras, a heist in a thieves' school, kobolds making ice cream, a sports game... these good-natured adventures overflow with twists and turns but fit on one page.
These adventures were written and (mostly) illustrated by Jan Van Houten, edited and laid out by Nicolas Folliot. They are compatible with your favorite TTRPG, but if you want to take the opportunity to discover a new one, there's Sodalitas, a tiny tabletop roleplaying game to play for an hour or so with too many young players.
Thanks to a progressive financing of this first season, we were able to invite several illustrators of wide variety of styles and backgrounds to come and draw some adventures (in chronological order):
- François Maumont (The Baron's First Dungeon, adventure #8)
- Evlyn Moreau (Magus Moreau's Island, adventure #9)
- Élodie Shanta (Mysteries & Tentacles, adventure #11)
- Guy Pradel (The Elven Temple, adventure #9)
- Helkarava (Wizard Tower for Sale, adventure #14)
- Sax la Bagarre (The Game, adventure #15)
Are you an educator?
These adventures as well as the game Sodalitas have been designed for you, and we want you to be able to get as many children as possible playing, so for you it's free if you want it! Just send a message to email@example.com to introduce yourself.
Tu cherches ces aventures en français ?
C'est par ici → https://jdrlab.itch.io/aventures-en-une-page
|Authors||Jdrlab, janvanhouten, Nicolas Folliot|
|Tags||french, kids, le-ttrpg, One-page, Print & Play, system-agnostic, Tabletop, Tabletop role-playing game|
|Average session||About an hour|
|Links||Associative publishing house, Writer & illustrator, Editor & graphic designer|
In order to download this adventures pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of 12.00€ EUR. You will get access to the following files:
- Season 1 is complete!Jan 13, 2022
- Adventure #14: Wizard Tower For SaleAug 26, 2021
- Adventure #13: The Inaugural Flight of the KaiserlicheJul 23, 2021
- Adventure #12: The Elven TempleMay 11, 2021
- Adventure #11: Mysteries & TentaclesMar 06, 2021
- Aventure #10: The NestFeb 09, 2021
- Adventure #9: Magus Moreau's IslandDec 10, 2020
- The Baron's First DungeonNov 18, 2020
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Amazing work! I have been running these adventures for my kids using the Prole adventure game system. I am looking forward to Seasons 2 and 3 ... and more!
I love this! I feel like I could run any one of these, without prep, and my group would have a great time with it - which is exactly what I'm looking for from a prewritten adventure (or 15).
Update: I've run a bunch of these, for various groups, and they've been a hit every time. This might be my new favorite system-agnostic resource. Can't wait for more!
I feel like the season 1 booklet is missing the introduction page between contents and the map pages... I'm not sure how to start off
Hi Chifilo, nothing's actually missing: the map and encyclopedia are the "introduction" part… It's just bits and pieces you don't have to use. I'd say the best way to start would be to pick any of the 15 adventures relying on its complexity, themes… maybe there's one that would fit easily in your ongoing campaign, or there might be some extras you can't wait to roleplay!
We're discussing the possibility to open a discussion part on this page where we could chat about the adventures and have a Q&A, but in the meantime feel free to contact the author @JanVanHouten and myself @nicolasfolliot on Twitter.
These are amazing! Such a unique set of games and I imagine perfect for being on itch.io
I really like the ease and layout of these. Generic enough to fit into any system, but descriptive enough to understand what the authors wanted. Looking forward to more!