Attendance at Friday Game Night July 6th:
88 people attended with 18 games presented!
14 games were registered; 4 were "Bring-&-Play" games.
Bring-&-Play games are always welcome!
Complete Game Night photos are available here:
Next Friday Game Night is August 10!
Richard Smith hosted a game of TheFantasy Trip (TFT)
This is a role playing game, the modules being fast and quick playing with each session lasting up to 2 hours so more than one game can be played in the evening. The Fantasy Trip (TFT) was Steve Jackson’s first RPG. He has reacquired the rights after 35 years and will be launching the game on Kickstarter on July 23rd of this year.
Luke and Thomas hosted a game of Runewars Miniatures - Fantasy Rank & Flank
Mass fantasy battles in the realm of Terrinoth. The game uses a dial-based initiative system (an evolution of x-wing, for those familiar with it) to resolve activations, with each unit locking in its action at the beginning of the round. Play proceeds in initiative order, with different actions taking place early and late. Not only does this create a tense fog of war effect, but it gives concrete mechanics to each unit, bringing their theme to life with gameplay. Can you guess your opponent's plan and stay one step ahead?
Dennis hosted a game of Napoleonic Wars – Iberian Peninsula - The Final Argument of Kings
When diplomacy fails, kings and emperors will resort to their final arguments: heavy artillery. The Spaniards rebel against their French occupiers in 1808, forcing the French army to carry out multiple atrocities, so well depicted by Goya in his paintings in the Prado Museum. The French turn their attention again to Portugal and soundly defeat the Portuguese army at the Battle of Porto in March 1809. Fleeing Portuguese regiments and Spanish guerrillas join a small British vanguard at the cross-roads outside Lisbon in an attempt to stop the hated French invaders.
Will Bailie hosted a game of The Men Who Would Be Kings - Saving the Guns!
An incident from the Battle of Maiwand. Ayub Khan’s army is winning the battle. Can you rescue the guns before they are overrun?
Peter hosted a game of Dungeons & Dragons 5E
While investigating a minor theft the party uncovered evidence of a conflict between two evil cults and stumbled into a village under attack by a dragon. What can they do to help against such a deadly foe?
Craig Murray hosted a game of Chain of Command
World War II Land Combat
France 1940. French defenders valiantly attempt to hold off the Germans.
Emryys hosted a game of Dungeons & Dragons 4E Dark Sun
...now that the Vault of Darom Madar has been raided... how will the adventurers get the treasure back to the city of Tyr... alive!
Bill hosted games of 18xx Rail Games; 1846, 1869
There will be two games available: 1846 for a beginners game and 1869 for an advanced game.
Charles hosted a game of Guardians Chronicles
Join the super-powered heroes of the Liberty Patrol, fight your way through the secret base of the nefarious Doktor Skarov, foil his evil plans and save the world!
Colin hosted a game of The Men Who Would Be Kings
The Battle of Ridgeway (Fenian Raids 1866)
Historical refight of the clash between Irish American Fenian raiders versus Canadian Militia. Both sides are seeking glory by sweeping the enemy from the field before the arrival of British regulars, one to avoid fighting them and the other to claim all the glory for themselves. Rough veterans of America’s bloody civil war fighting for Irish independence pitted against inexperienced but plucky defenders of the Empire!
Steve hosted a game of Circus Maximus - Chariot Races
The factions of Rome have gathered for a night of drinking and carousing! Join the brave and noble Charioteers and attempt to best the
field to win gold and glory! Three lap race of whips and bashing as you charge around the track!
Andrew hosted a game of Battletech: Total Warfare
Commando Cup Challenge: 8,000 point battle
Players can bring a 8,000 point force (BV2) of 1-4 units, including BV for pilots, or for those without mechs we will have some pre-made forces available. Players will face off one vs one, maps chosen randomly. Units can be Mech, vehicle, infantry or VTOL, but no custom mechs, no advanced rules/equipment or TacOps equipment. Pilot/Gunnery cannot be different by more than 2, and no BV bonus points for force smaller than 4 units.
STANDARD MECHS ONLY - No custom or modified mechs, no advanced tech.
Bring-&-Play games are always welcome!
BattleLore 1st Edition!
World War I air combat using Canvas Eagles
Jonathan hosted a game of World War II Naval Combat using Supremacy at Sea
Founded in 1964, the Trumpeters Tabletop Games Society is North America's oldest tabletop wargaming club and the largest tabletop gaming club in Canada. From Historical Miniatures to Board Games and RPGS, Monthly Friday Game Nights has it all...!
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