Sunday Afternoon Games Listings

This is a listing of campaigns being re-pitched on Sunday 12th March. Pitches will take place at 1pm in New Amphion Cafe, Teviot. These games will take place on Sunday during the same time slot every week.

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The post here is for information only, and sign-ups for games will happen live in person after the GMs have pitched their games. Please note games marked (continuing) may have limited or no spaces available

Nibiru (Continuing)

GM: Stephen McMorland
Description: A Sci Fi game about Memories and identity, you start of with few and gain more as you gradually uncover who you really are. The world is a giant alien space station, strong connection to Mesopotamian folklore and culture. Exploration and struggling to learn who you are and where you fit in
Spaces: 6
Age Rating: 18
Content Advisories:  Mild horror, oppressive regimes, themes of loss , some moderater violence maybe, I won’t put anything in that is a red line for anyone

Bronze Beginnings (Continuing)

System: FATE
GM: Logan Anderson
Description: A continuing game from last semester, available spaces could change depending on how many players return. This is a campaign about the settlement of Guardia, where the PCs are the founding council guiding the development of a cultural melting pot in a fantasy world where elves, dwarves, plant people, orcs, and all sorts can live together. The campaign thus far has focused on the building up of the settlement from nothing to a thriving town, but this semester it should build to a confrontation with the fiercely xenophobic elves to the north. The rough tech level is bronze age, with some select technologies sneaking through (Mainly gunpowder) As winter fast approaches, can Guardia survive and become a lasting civilisation?
Spaces: 6
Age Rating: 15
Content Advisories: Arachnophobia, fantasy racism

The Estate (Continuing)

System: Mausritter (Into the Odd)
GM: Jamie Wheeler
Description: Huge and ancient, a mountain of stone. It stood even when the most wizened of mouse elders were young. The estate dominates the landscape for miles around. Nestled under the floorboards, the mouse settlement of Brickport is beset by trouble on every side. Can you help save the settlement before it’s too late, or will it be swallowed by the chaos that surrounds it? Mausritter is neo-old school game of delving into strange and bizarre environments, only this time you are a very very small adventurer. The Estate is a collection of 11 one shot adventures in locations surrounding your settlement. You’ll be able to choose which ones you want to pursue.
Spaces: 5
Age Rating: 15
Content Advisories:  (old-school) fantasy violence, death-on-the-cards, sandbox

Tales From The City Watch (Continuing)

System: DnD 5e
GM: Alex “Grim” Lutman
Description: Once again, the city of Stalhex is facing a problem – a problem that threatens the mighty capital, and all the people in it. And once more, the Stalhex City Watch begrudgingly find themselves as the only line of defence between their city and total oblivion – a threat from beyond the veil of life and death itself. A comical fusion between High Fantasy Adventure and 70s Cop Show, ‘Tales from the City Watch’ puts you in the shoes of the long-suffering Stalhex City Watch as they try to save the Stalhex citizens from themselves . Will you use your people skills to charm information out of key witnesses, investigate the scene of the crime and detect as you’ve never detected before, or will you use your capacity for a firmly placed whack in the chops to keep your squadmates from trouble? Fight for Truth, Justice, and 15 gold pieces per week!
Spaces: 6
Age Rating: 15
Content Advisories:   Murder, Violence, Suspense, Foul Language, Paperwork, a lot of references to cop shows from the 70s, and (depending on player actions) possible themes of corruption. All subject to discussion before the game begins.