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Vote for August Rotation

The time has come To say fair's fair To place your vote To play our share The time has come A fact's a fact It belongs to the DM Let's give it back How can we play When no one is voting? How do we game While our dice are burning? Voting form More Info
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Who is in what game for April Rotation

The One Ring GM: Andy  Andrew W  Graham W Jo F Kat  Will L Traveller  GM: Richard T  Callum   Chris J  Freddie M Helen H Neil  Hard to be the Bard  GM: Mark  David H Lucas M Matt  Richard C  William P  Star Trek Adventures  GM: Liam  Daniel  George  Jon Kasama  Mareen  Simon Hibbs  Star Wars Edge of the Empire  GM: Shaun  Benjamin C Em  Jason  Saif

Vote for your game for April Rotation

 Please vote here for your game for April Rotation https://forms.gle/3s7f362JcXhKt4yD7 Trying a slightly different format on voting, this time you can vote for your first, second and third choices. You can also leave a comment on if you wish to be added to other games. The formula will then try to add you to your first choice where possible, if not then second, if not then third. The Key is to make sure all tables are balanced out and you still get a game you chose.

The Future

With December to March Rotation locked in now, what does the future bring? December 2023 rotation Last Rite of Seafire D&D by George Advanced Fighting Fantasy by Joe Mix by Andrew W and Richard T Village of Hommlet OSE by Graham The Last Hurrah D&D 5e by Helen Future Rotations WFRP campaign by Chris MG2e Traveller game by Richard T medley of indie story games ("The Indie Dozen") by James Star wars edge of the empire game by Shaun Fading Suns by Mareen Hard to Bard D&D 5e by Mark C ??? by Ben Ravenloft (1983) with OSE/AD&D by Graham Others in the mix but no rotation identified or selected Game Master  Jo F Dark Heresy 2e - Harrlock's Legacy Dredd Mouseguard Forbidden Lands Game Master  Dan C Dark Heresy 2e D&D 5e Game Master Richard T D&D 5e - Wild beyond the Witchlight D&D 5e - Theros System Star Wars - Scum and Villainy Game Master  Richard C D&D 5e - Isle of the dreaded accursed D&D 5e - North Hammer SAGA Game Master  Mark C Era: Ch

An Interview with a GM - Richard T

When did you first start playing RPGs and what were they? Probably when i was around 10 with a friend whose father had the old Traveller little black books and Warhammer fantasy roleplay. Also a bit of D&D 4E at university. What was the most memorable part of those sessions? It’s a long time ago now but i think it was a combination of it just being the two of us and the extreme lethality of Warhammer! Why did you start GMing? Lots of reasons! I wanted to play some of the 2D6 games that others weren’t GMing, I love the rules for building sectors and worlds in Traveller (especially combined with some of the Stars Without Number ideas), and because i’ve been at the club for a couple of years now so it felt like it was time to give it a go! How long have you been GMing? This will be my first time other than running a small D&D one shot for a couple of friends. What systems have you GMed? Only D&D 5e before, but i’m looking forward to running some 2D6 systems. What are the pleas

And your selections are.....

The picks are in and you have been sorted into your houses... Last Rite of Seafire - D&D5e Game Master George Jason Jon K Mareen G Saif B Will L William P The Last Hurrah - D&D5e Game Master Helen Daniel Elise Jess M Marco Shaun P Simon H Mix Free League’s the Walking Dead by Game Master Andrew W and Mythical Ancient Greece by Game Master Richard T Carol David H Freddie M Jerrie C Rosie A Port Blacksand - Advanced Fighting Fantasy Game Master Jo Benjamin James W Liam M Neil Richard C Village of Hommlet - OSE Game Master Graham Andy D Chris J Em Kat Mark C

A Goblin’s Guide to Surviving

So you want to be a Goblin, but you don't want to be hunted and despised all your life, have stones or worse thrown at you or be killed on the whim of some other adventure? Here is some guiding steps for survival.... Step 1. The best defence is running away. Step 2. Avoid dark, damp, smelly, enclosed spaces. It maybe tempting to give into your natural instinct to skulk in some cozy cave or sewer somewhere. But in this world, these places are filled with monsters and… blech… eww… adventurers. People and things who won't think twice about skewering and/or possibly eating a lone goblin. Step 3. Move to the big city. The countryside is simply riddled with anti-goblin prejudice. But nobody notices nothing in the bustling byways of Waterdeep or Baldur’s Gate. Keep your nose clean(ish), find honest (or at least inconspicuously dishonest) work, and keep yourself to yourself. With so many other things to care about, nobody will even notice another goblin hanging around. Step 4. Make’m l