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April Rotation - Games are in

So what games we have for April rotation, hang on what games do we have for April Rotation.....

Well as it goes, we do have some games for you...
The club is reaching the capacity where a 4th table is needed.

As always a shout out for if you want to run in one of the rotations, just contact me
The rotations are:
  • July to September
  • October to December
  • January to March
  • April to June
So up for running a game? Brilliant, Let me know the synopsis or basic premise of the game and we can work to ensure you have a table of players.

Still unsure, well here are some tips and stuff for new and old DMs or GMs
So we need you, we need DM/GMs for each rotation

To Help New and seasoned GM's here are some handy titbits:
So please get in contact with online-presence-officer@hobbitshole.uk and provide a summary of what game you would like to run, and which rotation you wish to run in.

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