The Day of Dungeons festival opens at 9:30 and closes at 19:00 on on both Saturday and Sunday.
Rest assured that both days offer exciting experiences and activities for all participants. Whether you decide to visit for just one day or immerse yourself for the entire weekend, you'll find a diverse range of events and programming to explore. Each day offers a slightly different lineup.
Furthermore, the core of the festival has always been meeting people with a common interest in TTRPGs and playing at a table. Each table's experience will certainly be unique.
Though the festival takes place from dawn till dusk, there is no evening programme, and the venue does not offer any form of accommodation. There is no camping site nearby. However, if you want to stay the night in Vilvoorde, we can refer to this list of sleeping accommodations in Vilvoorde.
Yes, there will be a variety of meals and drinks available at the festival. Food trucks will be replenishing your energy levels on the main square. To quench your thirst and satisfy small cravings, the tavern is the place to be. Drink coupons can be purchased at the registration desk.
Simply check the programme and select the workshop(s) that interest you. At the event, make sure to arrive at the designated workshop area at the scheduled time. Most workshop prices are included in the ticket price. For a few, an additional charge will be required for the materials.
Yes, there will be vendors and exhibitors at the market offering a wide range of trinkets, books, dice, miniatures and more. It's a great opportunity to browse and purchase items related to your favourite tabletop role-playing games.
There are certainly nice perks if you attend in your finest adventurer's attire. Not only do you get a discount on your ticket, but you'll also get the chance to win the title of Best Cosplay and receive a nifty reward. Furthermore, we're rolling investigation checks to see how we can showcase your beautiful work.
The Day of Dungeons festival aims to provide an inclusive and accessible environment for all attendees. If you have accessibility needs, please contact the festival organizers in advance. They will assist you in making necessary arrangements to ensure you can fully enjoy the festival experience.
The festival is held on the ground floor of the venue; however, due to the historical nature of the building, it's important to note that not all floor surfaces are completely flat.
One of the aims of our festival is to be a platform that celebrates artists and their craft. The artwork that is most prominent on our website is created by talented people, like mount_lazarus.
Certain images, especially some that accompany the adventure sessions on the play page, are created with the help of AI. When using this type of technology, we are constantly aware of the ethical discussion and try to apply the best practices. As we continue to evolve, we remain dedicated to showcasing the incredible work of talented artists.
After careful consideration and research, we've expanded our play tables from just Dungeons & Dragons 5e to include Pathfinder 2e and Call of Cthulhu. For future editions, this list might expand depending on feedback from the TTRPG community.
Dungeons & Dragons, D&D, their respective logos, and the dragon ampersand, are registered trademarks of Wizards of the Coast LLC.
Pathfinder and the Pathfinder logo are registered trademarks of Paizo Inc.
Call of Cthulhu, Chaosium Inc., and the Chaosium logo are registered trademarks of Chaosium Inc.
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After purchasing a player ticket, you will receive a unique code. Check out the session you want to play, then register through the form. Make sure you choose a session on the day you've bought a ticket for!
A player ticket gives you a spot at one of the tables for an adventure session. If you have a combi ticket, you can register for one session on each day - otherwise, you're limited to one session on the day of your ticket.
After buying your ticket, make sure to check out the available sessions and register for one of these.
If any places open up during the festival, they will be posted on the notice board, so that you can register for them locally.
Short answer: yes.
However, certain tables, especially the Pathfinder and Call of Chtulhu sessions, will feature premade characters carefully tailored to enhance the storytelling experience or assist beginners in learning a new roleplaying system.
For seasoned Dungeons & Dragons players, we refer to the character creation guide available on our website to match your creativity to our prerequisites.
If you don't have any inspiration, we will also provide premade D&D characters.
Though TTRPGs for a diverse audience of ages and types exist, we don't offer specific sessions for children - at least not during this edition. We're aiming at ages 15 and up.
Absolutely, we'll guide you through! There will be beginner tables, where the game will be explained and where you'll be able to learn by playing. For D&D sessions, you should register at level 2. For Pathfinder 2e and Call of Cthulhu, all presented sessions will focus on learning the game.
DAY OF DUNGEONS
SAT 23 & SUN 24 MARCH 2024
9:30 – 19:00
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