D&D in a Castle Round 2, 2023
July 8th - 12th, 2023
!! Early-bird pricing in effect until the new year !!
Early-bird pricing is available at $2950 until Dec 31, 2022. Regular price for D&D in a Castle 2023 will be $3250 for registration, and accommodation is a separate charge of a selection of various rooms available.
Jeremy Crawford will be in attendance running one-shots for all guests.
The Epic Dungeon Masters now available for this round.
- NEW: Rachel Seeley
- NEW: Beth the Bard
- Mark "Sherlock" Hulmes (Sold out!)
- Vee Mus'e
- Ted Adams
- David Friant
- Elisa Teague (Sold out!)
James Wyatt (Sold out!)
- Choose "Surprise Me! / Waitlist" and you can let us choose for you, or you can communicate with us who you are hoping will have a spot open up.
Dungeon Master Bios
NEW DM Rachel Seeley
Rachel is an actress, DM and member of the D&D show ‘Girls Guts Glory'. When not live streaming with the other members of Girls Guts Glory, Rachel can be seen on various channels like Geek & Sundry, Critical Role or Wizards of the Coast as host, player, or Dungeon Master. Rachel’s Games are all about story: she wants to know about her players, their storylines and what fascinates them to create a fitting game for everyone. Rachel takes inspiration from classics like Legend or Willow and is inspired by sweeping stories with a dark twist where hope can still be found. Ultimately, Rachel’s goal in every campaign is to incite emotion and excitement in every player.
NEW DM Beth the Bard
Beth is a neurodivergent TTRPG writer, professional dungeon master, layout artist, and web designer with a background in teaching. She's the Platinum best-selling author of "She is the Ancient: A Genderbent Curse of Strahd" guidebook on DMs Guild. Her work is devoted to feminism, horror, and inclusivity within the D&D community. She is a professional Dungeon Master with almost 600 paid sessions in experience. She is a writer for companies such as Modiphius and Dungeon in a Box. She’s also been a blogger and educator for over a decade. As a Dungeon’s Master, she strives to create a tailored safe space.
Mark "Sherlock" Hulmes
Mark is the Dungeon Master for the popular UK D&D live play HighRollersDnD, as well as Nights of Eveningstar on the Official D&D Twitch channel, and has made a number of videos on YouTube helping people learn to play Dungeons & Dragons. He's appeared in Campaign 2 of Critical Role as Calianna, along with a handful of guest spots in other shows and one-shots at various events and other streams. Mark is also a TTRPG writer and designer, working with Wizards of the Coast on Candlekeep Mysteries, MCDM on Flee, Mortals and his own work on Patreon and DMsGuild.
Vee Mus'e is best known as a professional Dungeon Master, player, and miniature painter. She takes game play seriously but also enjoys the unexpected turns that go with it. She ran The Last Heir for two seasons on Kobold Press’ Twitch channel, and more recently The Scarlet Citadel. You can also catch some of her game creations in the Vault of Magic, as featured in Forbes, and some tips for DMs in the Kobold Guide to Monsters. She's appeared on D&D's Black Dice Society as the Darklord Voronika Naperstyanka and elsewhere playing and DMing a variety of memorable characters.
Nerdarchist Ted is a founding member and Partner of Nerdarchy. Nerdarchy is a collection of gaming enthusiasts that have spent more than 8 years promoting the hobby of Role playing games through Youtube and their website Nerdarchy.com. Ted has been playing Role playing games for over 30 years through almost every edition of the world's most favorite role playing game. Ted has played numerous other roleplaying games and brings some of the best features of other games into his personal play style. He loves board games, dice games and has spent many years playing larps, collectable card games and video games in the past. The Nerd is strong in this one.
Nerdarchist Dave here. He's been playing TTRPG games for nearly four decades and plays with all kinds of people from all over the world. For the past eight years he's shared his passion for D&D and other role-playing games as co-founder of Nerdarchy. When it comes to being a Dungeon Master he specializes in customizing D&D sessions and campaigns to the players through unique play experiences.
Want to play an aquatic campaign where you save a coral kingdom from ancient prophecy? How about D&D where you speed across a magic-blasted wasteland in a post-apocalyptic world as you and your motorcycle gang scavenge for survival and perhaps a big score? Ever want to play in a campaign where humans are the minority in a “land of the lost” style setting ruled by dragon empires and dominant reptilian species who worship the five elements alongside their draconic rulers?
Most importantly he's here to help you tell your character's story.
A 20 year veteran in the Tabletop Games Industry, Elisa Teague has worked on over 100 published card and board games, written for various RPGs including Dungeons & Dragons, Wardlings, Kids on Bikes, and more, and is now the Senior Producer of Roleplaying Games at Renegade Game Studios, where she is writing and producing roleplaying books for the Power Rangers, G.I. Joe, and Transformers RPGs as well as Vampire: the Masquerade and the World of Darkness line. Known for social intrigue, deep mystery plots, and puzzles in her writing, she wrote the chapter on how to use puzzles in your game for D&D’s Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything and has designed puzzle events and ARGs for some of the largest companies and events in the world.
James Wyatt is a Senior Game Designer on the Dungeons & Dragons team at Wizards of the Coast. His work at Wizards since 2000 includes five novels, more than 20 short stories, three poems, dozens of Dungeons & Dragons game sourcebooks, nine Magic: The Gathering art books, and world-building and creative text for several Magic card sets, including Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. He was a lead writer for the 5th edition Player’s Handbook and a lead designer of the Dungeon Master’s Guide, Guildmaster’s Guide to Ravnica, Eberron: Rising from the Last War, Mythic Odysseys of Theros, and Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons.