Defn. Geek (gēk) - noun - An individual with a particular interest or devotion to a subject that goes beyond or is not considered to be in the cultural mainstream. Music Geek, Gaming Geek, Anime Geek, Film Geek...
Yes you identify yourself as a geek. For you it is a mark of pride, a mark of distinction. You've stood in the lines at the comic cons, comfortably read manga right to left and understand that a Dalek is not a pepper shaker.
We are group of people like you and contrary to mainstream belief we can be quite social. Who doesn't enjoy a pint of lager over a game of Catan as the Tardis flies across the tele in the background?
None the less, Brisbane is a big town and sometimes it can be hard to find people with such refined tastes of the fun and truly awesome. That is where we come in. Perhaps your interests are in table top games such as Dominion, Ticket to ride or Zombies. Perhaps you simply want to watch the next simulcast of Uchū Kyōdai. Heck maybe you just want a group to go to the zombie walk with. Well then, there is a place for you here.
Play nicely with others: Be mindful of words and actions while attending meetings to help ensure that all attendees feel welcome. Inappropriate language and behaviour will not be tolerated, and offenders may be asked to leave the event.
Have each other’s back: It’s can be hard to deal with harassment alone. Do your best to stand up for other players if you hear or see inappropriate language or behaviour.
Be a good guest: Please be respectful and courteous to members, other guests, and any staff working at the venues that host our events.
Be a good sport: Remember that the purpose of gaming is to have fun. Please do not let conflict about rules, points or the outcome of games affect other player’s ability to enjoy their gaming experience. Please, don't cheat, that is lame.
Don’t be that guy: Drugs, illegal substances and BYO alcohol (unless permitted by the venue) are not allowed. Any illegal behaviour will be reported to the proper authorities. This measure is made to protect the group in general from possible repercussions if an incident of this nature occurs.
If any member repeatedly infringes this policy (3 strikes), he or she will be permanently banned from any future club event.
Inappropriate language includes, but is not limited to, slurs based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and disability.
Inappropriate actions include, but are not limited to, verbal, physical, psychological or sexual harassment.Verbal harassment is the deliberate use of language to make another person feel uncomfortable outside the context of a game.
Physical harassment is any deliberate, unwanted physical contact.
Psychological harassment is unwanted hostile behaviour, threats or intimidation.
Sexual harassment is teasing, jokes, innuendo, photos/images, gestures, touching, or ‘gifts’ of an unwanted sexual nature, or repeated, deliberate invasion of personal space.