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The Deliberate Myth Gaming Services

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The Deliberate Myth Gaming Services

Description

Since 2017, The Deliberate Myth has provided the finest in custom D&D and RPG adventures, co-created with you, the players. We offer after-school campaigns, private campaigns, birthday parties, summer camps. Campaigns can be in-person, in and around the greater NYC area, or remote. Come see why we've been called "far and away the best option for paid D&D"!

Reviews (15)

  • Review from the Fall 2023 & Spring 2024 Afterschool Survey

    REVIEW: This is our 4th year with Deliberate Myth and WE LOVE IT. The Dungeon Masters are so thoughtful and attentive, and the group dynamics that build are great. And of course D+D is great for kids! Skills learned: Creativity, resourcefulness, teamwork, patience. What would you change? Not a thing. Just wish there were more players! Age of child: 15
  • Review from the Fall 2023 & Spring 2024 Afterschool Survey

    Review: My child loves The Deliberate Myth, especially his DM, the owner Seth Granger. He loves the. imaginative, open-ended campaigns and that Seth encourages creativity and most of all, fun! What would you change? We would not change anything.
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Carroll Gardens, Gowanus, South Slope, Kensington, Cobble Hill How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 11 What kind of program is it? D&D campaigns for kids Review: Seth and his team provide a great experience for all the kids involved in a D&D campaign. The Deliberate Myth provides both in-person and virtual campaigns which is great (virtual is useful even after Covid). They group leader works with each group to decide the type of campaign it will be and helps them learn how to work conflicts out. My kid really enjoyed being in a group with other who liked similar things. The online sessions are really well run and there as much conversation and discussion as in-person. With the online sessions the kids have access to whatever D&D publications Seth shares which give them something to do while waiting for their turn and listening to other players turns. What skills did your child develop? Teamwork, sportsmanship, D&D knowledge, storytelling
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Sip n Play Name of the specific program, if applicable: Dungeons and Dragons - Adventurers Academy How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 14 What kind of program is it? A D&D program led by a Dungeon Master for a small group of kids. There are multiple sessions in different locations. They develop a narrative/campaign over the course of the year. Review: This is such an awesome program run by a local dad of 2 daughters. My son participated for many years and loved it. He has suspended participation upon starting high school sports but I cannot recommend the program highly enough. It was wonderful for my kid! What skills did your child develop? Storytelling, social skills, friendships. What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? No, it’s fantastic.
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Sip n Play Park Slope Name of the specific program, if applicable: How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 14 What kind of program is it? DnD campaign Review: The Deliberate Myth sets up ongoing Dungeons and Dragons campaigns for kids after school and on weekends. My kids have been fans of this for years. Seth and his team work really hard to make sure the kids are having a good time and that the campaigns are fun and productive. The kids make their own characters and play them over weeks and often the same group can go for months. What skills did your child develop? The kids definitely learn cooperation and teamwork. They have to listen to each other in order for the campaign to go smoothly. What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? I wish more older kids would join since my 14 year old doesn’t find that there are kids his age.
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Sip n Play, Park Slope Name of the specific program, if applicable: D&D How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 14 What kind of program is it? D&D Review: My son and his friends were all about D&D and looked forward to this weekly early-evening slot more than words can convey. It was as much a safe haven as a roaring good campaign and Seth and Kels were amazing. For kids who’re into gaming, this was a blast. Loved it. What skills did your child develop? All kinds of martial skills that will be invaluable should civilization fall and we find ourselves in a time of swordplay and magic. Which sounds almost preferable sometimes. What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? Nothing
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: In person or via zoom Name of the specific program, if applicable: Dungeons and Dragons How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 13 What kind of program is it? Dungeons and Dragons Review: Fantastic Program encouraging storytelling, being creative and having a ton of fun What skills did your child develop? Critical thinking, teamwork What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? just more if it!!! It was my son’s favorite activity
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Sip & Play, Brooklyn Name of the specific program, if applicable: Dungeons & Dragons campaigns How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 10 What kind of program is it? Dungeons & Dragons campaign Review: My son loved using his imagination and learning to play Dungeons & Dragons in a supportive environment with his friends. What skills did your child develop? Storytelling, team building, using his imagination and role playing What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? No changes
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Sip & Play 471 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215 How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 13 What kind of program is it? Dungeons and Dragons (role playing game) Review: My son absolutely loves doing D&D with The Deliberate Myth. He has quite a bit of experience with D&D, having participated in campaigns with a private DM and also at another local business. The staff at the Deliberate Myth are really great. They inspire such imagination and fun. The time just flies by for my son and every time there's an opportunity to sign up again, he's always extremely happy to do so. What skills did your child develop? Great interactive play with imaginative team building all in one. It's a great activity and they do it extremely well at the Deliberate Myth. What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? It's not cheap. Sessions are on the higher end of the price spectrum. But the sessions are engaging while being on the longer side, and ultimately you are paying for a really high quality D&D experience.
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Brooklyn / Park Slope Name of the specific program, if applicable: Afterschool Dungeons & Dragons How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 10 What kind of program is it? Dungeons & Dragons Afterschool Campaign Review: Loves the creation of individual characters, uniqueness of each campaign, puzzles / mind challenges. What skills did your child develop? cooperation, confidence, team buildling
  • Review from the Fall 2022 After School Survey

    Location: Sip N Play 5th Ave Park Slope Name of the specific program, if applicable: Dungeons + Dragon's Adventure Campaign How old was your child during the Fall 2022 semester? 11 What kind of program is it? Dungeons + Dragons, collaborative storytelling and role playing game Review: My kid loves The Deliberate Myth. The DM's are empathetic, creative, intelligent people who intuitively connect well with the kids. They are gifted storytellers. What skills did your child develop? Storytelling, character development, world building, collaborative imaginary narrative play without Screens!!!, social skills and a love of bubble tea (sold at the location). What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? It's awesome.
  • Hellfire Club

    I couldn’t agree more! Seth is great. We first had Seth DM on a non school day for a one time campaign w 6 kids just as he was starting his business. My son has been doing D&D after schools (and a 3 hour per day camp last week at Sip N Play) w Deliberate Myth since 2019. Hopper has been their DM - from pre COVID, to figuring out virtual D&D and now back in person at Sip N Play last school year. A small group of friends that all were placed at different middle schools met back up on Fridays for a campaign.
  • Hellfire Club

    I want to give a loud shout out to Seth and his team at The Deliberate Myth. My kids have done D+D at PS Game Lab and Bklyn Strategist, in person and remote, and Deliberate Myth is far and away the best option for paid D+D. Seth is building his business and is so dedicated and communicative.. Highly recommend! He also does summer sessions focused on kids who want to DM their own groups.
  • Dungeons and Dragons for Kids?

    We cannot recommend Seth and The Deliberate Myth (https://www.thedeliberatemyth.com/) team more highly. My son has been playing for a couple of years and has a core group that Seth has been able to keep together with a weekly game for a long time, including virtually through the pandemic when everyone was in far flung places. He and his friends have grown and learned so much together through their adventures. They have many campaigns going and will match kids up with others who are of similar levels, etc., and are back to doing in-person campaigns this fall as well, and should your son get more into it, this summer are even offering DM training as well.
  • 2018 Summer Camp Reviews

    Age of child: 10 Summer 2018 Review: This is a live-action-role-playing [LARPing] camp, where kids build their own weapons and go on imaginary quests in the park--kinda like Dungeons & Dragons but with action. (There was a bit of tabletop gaming, too, at Brooklyn Brainery, when weather warranted.) It's similar to Half-Blood but a MUCH smaller group, without a lot of competitive games, and more of a focus on storytelling/narrative.This was the first year for the camp and my son had a BLAST. I think of the kids in our group were already familiar with D&D but that experience wasn't necessary.

 

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