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October Rotation where 4 become 3

There are 4 games being proposed for the October Rotation in hall which is excellent.

To try and ensure the maximum amount of viable games, those 4 will become 3.

How, I hear you scream...

By completing the Game Form, this will show which players are interested in which games, and which combinations will create the most viable 3 games.

As always they can be viewed on our website.

But for a snapshot summary read further....

Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus
Game Master Freddie - System: D&D 5E
From the city of Baldur's Gate "as it slowly succumbs to the sway of corrupt powers and evil gods". 
Descent into Avernus, the first layer of the Nine Hells.

Alien RPG
Game Master: Paul - System: Free League Publishing

"I can't lie to you about your chances, but... you have my sympathies."
Stay alive if you can.


Game Master: David H - System: Savage Worlds
"The Reckoning" awakened an ancient evil, and you'd best hope the howls you hear on the High Plains are just a pack of ravenous wolves...
The Spoken Night
Game Master: George - System: D&D 5E
In the world of Skotar, where magic flows freely and the gods rise and fall on the belief of their followers, the Hatean Kingdom is in its final years.
The dark cannot be unheard.




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