Auburn group looking for several players

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Relaxed Roleplayer
2013-05-04 16:15:35

We have 4 regular players and one irregular player who will soon be moving, and are hoping to find 2-3 more regular players to join us. We play in Auburn 2-4 times a month on either Friday evenings or Saturday afternoons, currently alternating between games of M&M 2nd Edition and D&D 3E (we also play other systems/settings; I'm planning a GURPS campaign over the next few months, for example.)

There are no particular age or experience requirements: our only real criteria is that you have fun and keep it fun for everyone else. It would also help if you are somewhat relaxed about gaming, as we are not uber-serious, nose-to-the-grindstone type of players...catching up, tangents, and bad jokes are a major part of our games. If you have allergies please be aware that there are cats and dogs in residence, some of which have boundary issues (but are very sweet). We do (responsibly) imbibe alcohol from time to time; smoking is only allowed outside. Our house and games are not set up for children, so unless they are old enough to play with an adult group we ask that you not bring them.

Prospective members will need to meet with my girlfriend and I before showing up to a game. I know it may seem like a hassle, but we are leery of inviting complete strangers into our home without first meeting them to make sure that there is a basic level of compatibility. Nothing major required, just a meet-and-greet over coffee so we can get a feel for each other.

If you have any questions or are interested in joining us, then please shoot me an email (archaedog _AT_ and we will set up a time to get together and chat.


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Relaxed Roleplayer
2013-10-28 19:42:48

Currently have 6 regular players, and have swapped out the D&D 3E game for a Pathfinder game. Still looking for players, whether experienced or new to gaming.

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