Join one of the tabletop groups that I’m organizing for the summer! Both are separate from the afterschool program.
Most are Pathfinder RPG or D&D campaigns where you adventure with the same group and embark on a grand quest! I personally gamemaster them, and so there is a fee.
One (or two) of the groups will be boardgaming get-togethers that are centered around the RPG board game Gloomhaven. Other games that could be played are Mage Knight, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, and other games you want to bring!
There is an online application to sign up for one of these groups. If you are interested and/or have more questions, parents/guardians should contact me (Ronald) at guildgrandmaster AT gmail DOT com!
Princes of the Apocalypse (investigate elemental cults in the Forgotten Realms)
The party continues its investigations into the Sumber Hills, where brigands and strange cultists seem to have sinister designs that may threaten the humble town of Red Larch. Set in the iconic Forgotten Realms. (Uses 5th Edition D&D. Continues at Level 5, goes until Level 14.)
Rappan Athuk (challenging and deadly megadungeon)
Rappan Athuk, also called the “Granddaddy of All Dungeons,” is in the spirit of old-school D&D, full of lethal traps and demons from hell that will force you to think smart and use your wits. Just as unforgiving as the dungeon is the wilderness surrounding it. Notoriously difficult, Rappan Athuk (and the massively powerful creature it serves) have never before been beaten by RPG players anywhere without cheating. If you succeed, you will most definitely get BRAGGING RIGHTS in the Guild! This campaign is more about thinking creatively, avoiding death, and trying to “beat” a very difficult adventure! (Uses Pathfinder RPG. Continues at Level 10, goes until Level 20+.)
Slumbering Tsar (challenging and deadly lost city/dungeon sandbox campaign)
By the makers of Rappan Athuk:
Something Stirs in the City of Evil… Over the distant northern hills, beyond The Camp, and past the Desolation stand the pitted walls of Tsar. A hundred armies have crushed themselves against this bulwark in futile attempts to breach the city. Even the combined might of the Heavens and Earth were unable to break through in the final battle of Tsar. So why was the city suddenly abandoned on the verge of victory, and what waits for those foolish enough to enter the Temple-City of Orcus? (Uses Pathfinder RPG. Goes from Level 11 to 20+.)
Board Gaming Group
Meet up with others to play board games — the gaming centers around the VERY EXCELLENT Gloomhaven RPG board game which comes out in August/September. But we might be done with the 10 scenarios in the public mini-campaign before the summer is out, so we can also try out other board games. Personally I’m thinking the focus will be on more tactical/strategic games. Pathfinder Adventure Card Game (cooperative strategy card game), Mage Knight (complex RPG/deckbuilding hybrid), and Through the Ages: New Story of Civilization (civilization management and warring game) are games that I would like to play. But people can propose and bring their own games and we can organize something around that, too.