The next teen RPG Day at Gamer's Armory will be at 1pm on Sunday, April 14th. The featured game will be Call of Cthulhu, a modern horror RPG inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft. Alex Meadows will run the introductory scenario "Mr. Corbit" for 4-7 players.
Spending Spring Break after hitting the books at Miskatonic University during Freshman year the investigators have decided to go home and have fun before second semester starts. Just as Spring Break gets underway Mr. Corbit, an elderly neighbor comes over to bring some vegetables and asks for the students to keep his garden watered while he is away on business.
Although the teaser is harmless, the subject matter will be dark. The themes of madness and unspeakable evil means that player characters are as likely to go insane as to die. This may not be suitable for all teens, but more mature teens are likely to have a good time trying something new. No prior experience is required, and characters will be provided.
If more than 7 teens sign up, Jesse Riggs has offered to run a a DND 4e scenario at a second table. That too will require no prior roleplaying experience and pregenerated characters will be provided. It will be in a more common swords-and-sorcery setting.
Note that previous Teen RPG Days have featured Pathfinder and have actually been Pathfinder Society events. There are no plans to run Pathfinder at this specific teen day.