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Email: cfoliveira (at) mac.com (Address obscured to fight spam. Replace (at) with @ for real address.)
Category: Role Playing Game
Rules: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (1st Edition)
Duration: 6 hours
Host: Christopher Oliveira (PYS Players, The)
Age requirement: Teen (13+)
Experience requirement: None (You've never played before)
Are materials provided: Yes
Location: Marriott, room Indiana Ballroom D, table 3-4
Tickets: 8 out of 12 are available (as of 1:30 AM Saturday August 25th, 2012, but this information may be out of date.)
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Time slot: Sat Aug 18 6:00 pm - Sun Aug 19 midnight
Event added: Wed Jun 27 1:30 am
Spent any time looking in the back of wardrobes for portals to fantasy worlds? Join us as we explore gaming using this classic staple of fantasy fiction and get a chance to visit the Forgotten Realms. If you have ever read 'The Chronicles of Narnia', 'The Guardians of the Flame', or 'The Woods Out Back' and wondered, 'where is the nearest portal to MY favorite fantasy world?' then this is the game for you! Players will get to spend a few hours exploring a little corner of the Forgotten Realms using only their wits, their accumulated Realms lore, their LARP inspired combat skills, and their junk food toned bodies to survive. You only need a pen, a D20, and a basic understanding of RPGs to play (you don't need to bring your very own Ed Greenwood, although there is a strict limit of one Ed per player for those of who do!). The when's and where's of its specific placement in the Realms will be revealed as play develops, but rest assured any fan of the Realms (or novice seeker from the Candlekeep Forums) will feel right at home.
The event was originally listed with rules of "Pathfinder (1st)." It has been changed to "Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (1st Edition)."