For our teen's 15th birthday, we held a Swords and Wizardry Light-themed party.
Here is the link to my Pinterest Board: Party Ideas: Dungeons and Dragons Birthday.
Roc Nachos (Chicken Nachos)
- 2 large, boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- about 1/2 cup of frozen corn (you can add more or less depending on your taste)
- 2 cans of drained black beans
- 2 cans of crushed tomatoes (one drained)
- 2 TBSP of taco seasoning
- dash of salt & pepper for taste
- dash of garlic power
Treant's Broccoli Alfredo Pasta
Hard boiled eggs dyed different colors.
Elemental Cupcakes, Brownies, & Cookies
I made red and blue cupcakes to represent fire and water, baked brownies for earth, and sugar cookies for air.
|I labeled the different drinks with Mana, Health, Potion of Strength and Fire Resistance to continue to theme.|
Prior to the birthday party, my husband and I created over a dozen player characters from which our guests could choose to partake in the adventure. We used Wizardawn to help us generate ideas for names and characters as well as Gary Gygax's Extraordinary Book of Names by Malcolm Bowers.
My husband ran the actual adventure while I kept everything else running smoothly and entertained the adults and children who were not participating. My husband wrote about Rustam Riverhooper's Birthday Celebration on his own blog.
Scattered throughout the house were rubber and plastic mice, plastic bats hanging at the door, and bones and skulls. We also made a pole axe and trident as well as stained glass windows to help create the effect.
The littles helped decorate by coloring in different people such as a magic-user, druid, fighter, and halfling.
I received the Wiz Dice Random Bundle last year and was not disappointed.