You can RSVP to the RPG Open House on Facebook or Meetup. There you'll find more details, but the quick rundown is: Offer to run a game of your choice as a game master! New game masters can gain additional support, too! Come as a player to join a new game! Identify one of several welcoming venues to schedule your first session! New to it all? Come on by and see what it is all about! The more players the merrier!
Welcome to the Pen & Paper Guild of Northern Arizona! Looking to play or master a tabletop roleplaying game? This is the place to be! Here you can check in on ongoing RPG campaigns, keep an eye out for one shot sessions, or recruit new players.
The Ongoing Stuff
I'm Game Master Caleb and I started Vault: Bringing Back Game Night to encourage face-to-face fun. Our RPG player community has grown well beyond what I alone can accommodate. And that is a really, really good thing
We're doing character generation this at 4pm at Vino Loco TODAY! (That's Sunday.) We're using the Call of Cthulhu rules with some adaptation for CoC 7e. I'll provide digital copies of the handbook and I have character sheets that fit the setting. We will be using the Three Kings campaign book with some customization. Here is an introduction:
It’s summer, 1939, and a shadow is falling over Europe. Czechoslovakia has been invaded by the Third Reich, and the country dismembere
Holy smokes! Are we excited for smashing together Pulp Cthulhu with Achtung! Cthulhu for Sunday Wine & Roll! Cindy, Caitie, Kelly, and Tyler joined us to put together characters using the Pulp Cthulhu rules to play in through Three Kings in the Achtung! Cthulhu line. We'll get to introductions first and then to resources at the end.
Edwina Teresa was born in Mexico City, her mother was a machinist in the industrial district and Edwina, or ET as she now goes by, took to them
Just read this article on this resource I happen to have! I've been curious how to make D&D or other systems feel fresh and new. I'm also curious about digging into it in conjunction with +Dungeon World, a 2d6 system based on Powered by the Apocalypse that is very new player friendly. Thoughts?
I didn't get around to posting session summaries through January of our Ladies' Night table as they experimented with Savage Worlds. Therefore, these will be a little patchy. If you were a player at that table, feel free to write in corrections! After the summary you can check out my rundown of some core mechanics of the game including rolling and level advancement. For more, check out the linked "Test Drive" document here:
Our Ladies' Night table is trying out Savage Worlds: Rippers Resurrected! Rippers is set in 1895-1899 in a dark fantasy Europe with all the trappings of Gothic horror, weird science, and fending off the things that go bump in the night. Savage Worlds is a combat-friendly game system where characters' attributes and skills are upgraded based on the dice one uses. In addition, most dice rolls can "ace," meaning they can roll their maximum and then add another roll to it (which