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New Meetup: Pub Werewolf night! (also tabletop games)

From: Phil M.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 10:02 AM

Announcing a new Meetup for Melbourne Boardgames group (party and strategy games)!

What: Pub Werewolf night! (also tabletop games)
When: Tuesday, February 5,[masked]:30 PM

Where: The Local Taphouse - Tg1
184 Carlisle St, St Kilda
Melbourne

Pub Werewolf night! (also tabletop games)

6.30 pm, till late

The Local Taphouse

184 Carlisle St, St Kilda

(near 3, 16 & 78 trams and Balaclava train station)

Entry is free, but you'll have the option to make a gold coin donation (to Amnesty International and/or the Electronic Frontier Foundation).

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SPECIAL NOTE: This month's event will be part of the St Kilda Festival (so will be promoted to the public through their program). Further, it will also be an open gaming (aka BYO tabletop games) event. We will have Werewolf as normal, but we will also have extra spaces/tables available for tabletop gaming. If you want to see how last year's event turned out, here's the feedback. (There will be some larger tables this time around.)

If that's not enough Festival gaming for you, there will also be games tents on the St Kilda Foreshore from 12-7 pm on Festival Sunday, 10th of Feb. Meetup posting to come shortly!

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Join us in the Local Taphouse's games room for an evening of social gameplay in the classic game of deception and detection.

We will be running games of Werewolf throughout the night, and anyone is welcome to join. If you're eliminated and don't want to stick around and watch until the next game, the Local has a small collection of board games - or you're welcome to bring your own and play with other gamers! (Easy jump-in-and-out games will make it easy to mesh with the ebb and flow of Werewolf players.)

We usually get through three games, with a 20- to 30-minute break between each - and recently we've had two or three groups running at once. There are also usually a few people sitting out for meals and/or other games during each, so other gaming is always an option too.

Check it out!

Need to know more about Werewolf? Click here.

Want to know how the previous night went? Click here.

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