You have arrived at Forged Ahead: A Party To Access, the accessible guide to tabletop gaming & role playing. People with disabilities exist in any time period; anywhere there is civilization. Even if the fantasy world includes magic! And we’re here to explore those untold stories created by the diverse individuals they reflect.
Feel free to browse through our wares of World Building, Community Outreach, Education, and Mechanics guides to improve the authenticity of your accessible fantasy world.
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Rachel Voss & Wesley Magee-Saxton
Co-Founders of Forge Ahead: A Party To Access
Latest from The Party
One of the first characters Rachel ever created was a Swashbuckler Rogue Tabaxi named Mist (he/him) that lost his leg to a gator in a swamp saving his comrade. When designing Mist several years ago, Rachel rolled high dexterity. This caused a very brief moment of discussion whether a Tabaxi, a large cat, would haveContinue reading “FA Character: Mist (he/him/his)”
Hello everyone and thanks for stopping by the forge! Our Co-Founder Wesley is back from their vacation up North with family and they have something they want to share: My father knows how to make and shoot bows quite well. Naturally when I was younger, I wanted him to teach me as well. We originallyContinue reading “OFF THE PATH: Wesley’s Archery Journey”
Boatswain Ahab Adepitan, or B.A. as we like to call them, is a character that was brought to us by Isaac Cooke-Khan, the creator of the Artificer: Chair Smith class! Isaac even wrote an amazing backstory to go along with them! Growing up in a coastal city, Ahab Adepitan had always been drawn to theContinue reading “FA Character: Boatswain Ahab Adepitan”
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