A unique live Dungeons and Dragons one-shot adventure will let fans join in the action. Lost Odyssey: The Book of Knowledge is a theatric D&D game all set up to raise money for autism. The event will include several popular names in the world of tabletop RPGs and be run by dungeon master Deborah Ann Woll.
Now, live show Dungeons and Dragons games have been around for several years and being apart of one is an incredible experience. The cast of Critical Role and Acquisitions Incorporated have put on several live events. However, what will make Lost Odyssey stand out is the audience will have a chance to play a role in the game.
“Lost Odyssey Events is your home for live Dungeons & Dragons experiences unlike any other. Raising money and awareness for charity sponsors, Lost Odyssey brings together adventurers from all over the D&D multiverse, to one place, one table… one campfire, to tell stories from worlds long forgotten to time.”
With Woll as the dungeon master for the game; and an incredible one at that, Lost Odyssey will feature six players as well. Matthew Lillard, Satine Phoenix, TJ Storm, Kate Welch, Xander Jeanneret, and as of this writing, a mystery unannounced character will join the party on their quest. Everyone on stage is well known in the D&D streaming community and all of the proceeds will go towards the Autism Society of America to help the organization in study and research.
— Deborah Ann Woll (@DeborahAnnWoll) September 19, 2019
The show will then be featured in a feature-length documentary in the future. So fans are encouraged to dress up in costume as their D&D character or cosplay a favorite.
Lost Odyssey: The Book of Knowledge will begin November 15, 2019, at 7:30 PM at the Alex Theater in Glendale, California. For those who can’t make it, the event will be live-streamed on Twitch and Tiltify as well.
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