The one off gaming sessions will be held on SATURDAY the 18th in Teviot Mezzanine (1-5, 6-10), not Sunday.
I repeat, SATURDAY.
I’m really sorry about the change of date, hopefully we caught it in time so that most of you are still able to join us.
Hello, has everyone had a nice summer? Freshers week is looming on the horizon, and so I need all the help I can get.
Freshers fair: I need people to help for a few hours on each day of the Fair (Wed 15th and Thurs 16th) in either the morning or the afternoon. It’s at the Pleasance. There will be sweets and you will be in charge of them. Need I say more?
One off games: On Saturday 18th will be our one off taster session – if you are planning on running a game please send me your details and the slot you wish to run it in, just so I can double check how many games we have.
If you want me to advertise your campaign (normal GEAS resumes Sunday 26th at Teviot Mezzanine) please send me an email with your details, a wee synopsis and how many players and I’ll pop it up on the website.
Don’t forget the GEAS social event on Thursday 16th 8pm at the Meadow Bar!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries/replies.
For further details, please check out the ‘Fresher 2010’ link on the right hand side of our web page. There are more details about everything there.
Hello Grand Adventurers.
I hope that everyone has had a great summer but now, it’s time to get back to the serious life of escapist gaming. Here are the times and places for everything we know so far. This page should be updated when more info arrive.
As usual, our meetings are Wednesdays, 6 pm to 10 pm in the Pleasence Bar and Sundays 1pm to 5 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm in the Mezzanine in Teviot, starting 26 of September.
Other dates of importance:
Sunday September 19th: Fresher’s week’s session. Two one-off sessions in the Mezzanine, one at 1 pm to 5 pm and one at 6 pm to 10 pm. Bring pizza money.
-Jonatan Rostén, President
Hello there, just to fill you in with the names of our lovely new committee, and a huge thanks to Aspen, Keith, Gwen, Alan and Andy for their work for GEAS this year.
President: Jonatan Rosten
Secretary: Adam Brady
Treasurer: Stewart Petrie
Conpulsion Organiser: Sandy Ryalls
Librarian: Sam MacAdam
Nationals Coordinator: Sam MacAdam
Webmaster: Alan Jackson
Hope everyone has a good (as possible) exam period, and this’ll be the last website post from me!
Sam (Ex GEAS President!)
Don’t forget that we still exist! We have new players who are looking for games (so let me know what games need players, there must be some!), we’re after provisional numbers for laserquest (to see if it’s worth looking into further), and we’d love you to use our FREE AMAZING LIBRARY.
Come to GEAS (scroll down for meeting places, Wednesdays and Sundays (1-5 and 6-10)), reply to the above lovely opportunities, bring us cake, email us with your Edinburgh roleplaying woes! We’d love to see you.
Sam (GEAS President)
If you’d like to see your game here, drop us an email and I’ll edit this post to include yours too.
If you’d like to join any of these games, or check availability, email us and we’ll hook you up with the GM in question.
GM: Jakub. “The game is going to be a mini-campaing (about 6 sessions) with chances of continuation if players want it (and I have enough time). The campaign is inspired by and mostly follows the example of Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” series, especially first part “Gunslinger”. PC will take part in the story closesly related to the first part of the book – chase after the evil sorcerer and several adventures connected to it.
The mechanic I use is Spellslinger d20 which connects wild west and fantasy/magic settings. With a few modifications I believe it fits pretty good to the setting. I am going to make it a low magic dark fantasy with quite a bit of shoot-outs and some choices with grim consequences to be made. I can also describe the world and mechanics in more details if needed.”
(Hopefully there’ll be more games up here super soon!)
Thankyou, Sam (GEAS President)
Hello everyone, had a lovely holiday? Here’s some information for semester 2.
The meeting places are a bit squiffy so here’s the meeting points. All dates are normal (Sunday -> Mezzanine & Terrace or Wednesday -> Lomond, Executive, & Monroe) except these:
Jan 17 -> Mezzanine only
Jan 20 -> Meadow’s BarJan
24 -> Meadow’s Bar
Jan 31 -> Mezzanine only
Feb 7 -> Mezzanine only
Feb 14 -> Mezzanine only
March 10-> Meadow’s Bar
March 14 -> Mezzanine only
March 26-28 -> Conpulsion
April 21-> restart after Easter vacation
May 26 -> Last GEAS of 2009-2010
If you’d like me to email out your game, or to pop them on the website email us with a brief synopsis and at what time your game is running.
We have the Refresher’s fairy on Tuesday 19th (9-5, Pleasance). If you are available to help (even for a short while) please can you email us (email@example.com). We’re super short of help because Tuesday’s a busy day for many students, so your help will be greatly appreciated.
Finally, I’m putting out some feelers to see who would be interested in a laserquest war against Sciffy (the sci-fi and fantasy society). I’m just looking (at this point) to see if it’s worth organising, so if you are interested comment here or send us an email.
Hope to see you soon,
Sam (GEAS President)
The ‘Library‘ link will now lead you to a place where you can download our library catalogue. Yay, I fixed it!
Hello everyone, just a little update telling you some of the games we have on offer. These will be updated each week with the number of spaces left. Also if you have a request send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a comment and we’ll see what we can do about it!
Remember on Sundays we’re in Teviot Mezzanine, and on Wednesdays we’re in the Pleasance – meet at the bar to find GMs/rooms.
-(7th Oct): Celtic Legends or Feng Shui or BESM (anime game: any genre or setting depending on players) or World’s Simplest RPG system
-Nautical Campaign D&D 3.5
-Dark Future (sci-fi)
-(3rd October): systemless superheroes and supervillains game.
-The Compassionate and the Merciful (Homebrew Fantasy)
-Orpheus, ghost stories for ghosts (probably best for experienced RPers due to the slightly complex system)
-D&D 2nd edition
-D&D 4th edition
-Deleted (espionage thriller)
-Mouseguard: Tiny Heros
-Torchwood 1923. Steampunk madness
-4th Edition D&D
See you on Sunday,
Thanks to everyone who came yesterday, and an extra special thanks to Sam for organising it all. Everyone had a great time, I think, and it was cool to see so many new faces. Don’t forget, we’ve got games running on Sunday at Teviot, with the first session running from 1-5 and the second from 6-10. Come along and give something a try!