A very warm welcome to the world of Wildcraft Adventure™
By now you should have downloaded your Adventure Pack PDF. If you missed that, send us an email and we can get another right out to you. On this page you’ll find all the training videos connected with the game. We have listed the videos in the order which we suggest you watch them, but feel free to skip ahead to anything that particularly interests you.
After the videos you’ll see links to download your media pack and official logos which you must use in connection with advertising and promoting your Wildcraft Adventure™ events.
VIDEO 1: Welcome to Wildcraft Adventure™
This video gives you a run down of the whole game, the basics of how it works and key rules.
A Note on Adapting the Game.
As you’ve seen in our Welcome Video we’re happy for you to adapt certain activities within the game to suit your ability and the abilities of your player group. However, the core of the game should remain as it is given. The game components, event description and official logos as provided in the Wildcraft Adventure™ Pack are to be used as is, and therefore cannot be altered, changed or rebranded. Please read the Media Pack for more information.
Anyone running the Wildcraft Adventure™ using these guidelines will have the backing and total support of us as the creators of the game and we hope you will value being part of this growing community.
VIDEO 2: Explaining the Game Components
In this video we talk through all the elements of the Wildcraft Adventure™ Pack which you have downloaded, and explain what each segment of the PDF is used for.
VIDEO 3: Explaining the Survival Guides
Here, we go through the player Survival Guides, to clarify exactly how they work within the game. We also discuss the Clan Bonus system.
VIDEO 4: Wildcraft Adventure™ – Prop Guide
This video talks you through the various props required to play the game. We give ideas for using recycled or ‘free to find’ items as well as what we use when running our own games. This accompanies the Game Resource Guide included in your Pack.
VIDEO 5: How To Use An Axe Safely With Kids
You may well already have a safe system of working when using an axe with children, but here’s how we teach it and we’ve had a lot of success using this method. You may find the advice given here useful for the wood-splitting element of your event.
VIDEO 6: Make Your Own Tinderbox
Here, we show you how we put together a simple fire-lighting kit made up of everyday, household items. This is the tinderbox kit we currently use in our own Wildcraft Adventure™ games.
VIDEO 7: How To Light a Fire Safely With Kids
This video will demonstrate how to use the tinderbox to build the basis of a safe and effective campfire.
DON’T FORGET YOUR UPDATED ADVENTURE PACK DOWNLOADS…
Below are your ASD Friendly game components, which are now included in the updated version of your Level 1 Adventure Pack. These have been specially designed with children on the autistic spectrum in mind and can be used in addition to or as a replacement to the text based Player Guides that are included in your main pdf pack. Make sure you check them out.
As part of your Adventure Pack you’ve also got all these useful resources which will help your promote your own Wildcraft Adventure™ events. Our Media Pack includes the official template event description, tips for advertising through social media as well as important copyright disclaimers that you need to be aware of.
Official Logo Bundle
These official logos must be used when promoting your events. Just below we’ve given you three options of logo size depending on what you need. Simply right click on an image to save & download it to your device.
Wildcraft Adventure™ Logo (large – 1024 x 512)
Wildcraft Adventure™ Logo (medium – 750 x 375)
Wildcraft Adventure™ Logo (small – 400 x 200)
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