Game Experiences & Seasonal Camps

Discover (or continue to enjoy) basic mechanics of tabletop RPGs with this custom sci-fi fantasy adventure on the mysterious planet of Zerethea. The GM is a local artist and educator (MA, Media Studies, BA English Literature/Communication) who integrates rich opportunities for creativity and skill-building.

Camps familiarize players with core RPG mechanics (character builds, spell-casting, turn-based combat, exploration, etc), and develop skills in storytelling, strategy, cooperation, puzzle-solving, dexterity, basic arithmetic/measurement, improvisation, and more.

Please inquire about gaming experiences for adults.

No experience necessary, all genders welcome! Knowledge of RPGs is welcome but not expected. Contact for more info about upcoming camps and other sessions.

Ongoing Campaigns

Beginning in September 2021, I’ll be adding 2 regular campaigns (weekly or bi-weekly). Space is limited, so please inquire for dates and times.

Campaign Pricing

Ongoing After School Sessions
Prepaid: 4 Weekly (or bi-weekly) Sessions of 2.5 hours (10 hours total) ……… $200
Prepaid: 4 Weekly (or bi-weekly) Sessions of 3.5 hours (14 hours total) ……… $280

One-Shots and Intensive Camps
4 half-day sessions (4 hours each/16 hours total game time) ….. $380
3 half-day sessions (4 hours each/12 hours total game time) …… $285
1 half-day session (5 hours) …… $125

Email Helena for more information and to reserve a spot:


  • Interactive game play sessions in small groups (4 max.); compared to larger programs, you’ll get an incredible degree of customization and play time
  • PDF: Reference booklet and glossary for new and returning players
  • PDF: Welcome to Zerethea illustrated adventure prologue
  • PDF: Pre-built character sheets with profiles to choose from and customize (or create your own spread!)
  • Print: Battle and area maps of Zerethea (*shipping not included; pick-up available in Vancouver area)
  • Inclusive and adaptive story lines
  • Zoom sessions with tactile components (blend of virtual and tabletop)
  • IRL sessions TBA when appropriate (after COVID-19)

Supplies You’ll Need:

  • Internet connection and Zoom set up (mic/cam/headphones)
  • Paper and pencils (or note-taking device)
  • D&D-compatible dice set (found at most game shops, or can be provided at extra cost)
  • Pencil crayons/markers (optional)
  • RPGs are a great, fun way to develop literacies and boost confidence, according to research by the Language and Literacy Education Commons
  • Autism-informed sessions may be available. Please contact for more information or to discuss your child’s target skills and group placement
  • Want to learn more about how RPGs help to develop skills in drama, creative writing, cooperation, math, literacy, strategy and more? Curious about how learning and play relate?
  • Ask about incorporating ongoing sessions into your extra curricular or homeschooling program

Message Helena at for information