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Choosing the best quest room, Edmonton

Wondering where to go for your next Dungeons and Dragons game? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve gone ahead and researched so that you don’t have to. You’ll also find some recommendations on what goes where, as well as some simple tips to help you choose wisely.

But first, a bit of science: a Quest Room is the core of the gaming experience for Dungeons and Dragons players. It’s not just a room to throw dice in (although that’s important, too). It’s a space where players can interact with one another on their terms. It’s where they can forge relationships, form bonds, and maybe even discover who they are.

That being said, here are some important factors to consider when choosing a quest room:

  1. Professionalism: Does the Quest Room have a dedicated staff that is responsible for keeping things neat? This includes having someone on site who has been trained in basic crisis management skills (e.g., CPR). It’s important to choose a Quest Room that has quality staff oversight.
  2. Advertised Events: Does the Quest Room have a public calendar of events (e.g., Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder RPG events) available? These events will be open to anyone who wants to participate.
  3. Reception: Does the Quest Room have a reception area where players can gather before or after their game? Ideally, this would be in a quiet area away from the gaming tables so that players can check their phones and social media accounts without disrupting others playing.
  4. Convenience: Is the Quest Room located nearby? If you live in a central location, it’s ideal if the Quest Room is centrally located within walking distance. If not, then it makes this more of a consideration for your specific needs.
  5. Layout: Does the layout of the Quest Room accommodate 4th edition D&D? For example, does the room have enough tables to seat four separate gaming groups? Some Quest Rooms may be able to accommodate larger parties than others, depending on their capacity and layout.
  6. Power: Does the Quest Room have a power outlet near each gaming table (e.g., so that players can charge their phones)? If not, this could be a reason to avoid the Quest Room.
  7. Soundproofing: Does the Quest Room have soundproofing? This can make a huge difference in terms of the overall experience (e.g., it will help if you want to play loud music).


With the above tips in mind, you can now make a more informed decision on which quest room on the is right for you.

Choosing the best quest room, Edmonton