International Tabletop Day is here again, and just as in previous years, Campaign Coins and Gamezilla are celebrating at our usual venue, Izakaya Chuji in the CBD. But this year, we’re flipping the switch from board games to roleplaying games! Whether you’re an old hand at RPGs, or have never rolled a d20 in your life, come join us for an evening of Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition or Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition.
All are welcome! Even if you’ve never played before, our GMs will be happy to teach you on the night. Bring some dice and pencils if you have them, but we will provide them otherwise.
Tickets can be purchased from two different pages on EventBrite. See below for more details.
The hobgoblins call it strife-iron. It’s forged from the melted down remnants of a god’s armour and used to power the ever-churning war machine of the Iron Authority, a vicious goblinoid military dictatorship hidden in the dense jungles of The Rifenmist Peninsula. Some pieces still have divine power imbued in them. But lucky for the Iron Authority, the goblins control all access to strife iron. No outsiders are crazy enough to sneak into the fortress city to try and buy artefacts under the table from rebellious slaves. Are they?
Delve Arcanum are in real trouble this time.
This is the latest adventure we’ve run in Tal’Dorei (the world from popular D&D show Critical Role), featuring our original Exandrian adventuring party Delve Arcanum. No previous knowledge of the Delvers, nor Critical Role is required.
Paris 1793. The King is dead, and the crowd thirsts for more noble blood. Former aristocrats flee Paris to avoid the guillotine. As six former soldiers and now citizens of the Revolution are about to find out, one man is fleeing from something far, far worse.
Liberty, equality, roll Sanity…
To celebrate Chaosium’s release of Reign of Terror, the new Call of Cthulhu sourcebook for the French Revolution, principal author Mark Morrison has written this all new scenario in the setting. No previous knowledge of Call of Cthulhu 7th edition, or indeed the French Revolution, is required. We are running 4 tables, with 6 players per table.