Here’s all the warning I got:
“Hey, I’m going to a big role-play weekend event, do you want to come, ’cause the guys who’s organising it needs names as soon as possible!”
I’m paraphrasing, but that’s the incredibly vague gist. Further information included three possible venues, and the idea that you could pay a pound to charity to have a dice re-rolled to impact the game. Sounded fun, if maddeningly lacking in detail or organisation but what the hell, I coughed up some money for a shared hotel room with a complete stranger one of three possible cities none of which I’d ever been to with a man I’d met through the GeekOut Shrewsbury Meets (next event is the 26th by the way, thanks for asking).
April 12, 2018 | Categories: Events, Gaming posts, RPGs, Traditional Gaming | Tags: Bradford, call of cthulhu, John Robertson, National Student Roleplaying and Wargaming Championships 2018, Nationals, NSRWC, Role Play, scooby doo, Special Effect, Special Effect Charity, The Dark Room, University of Bradford, Yorkshire Cancer Research | 1 Comment