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Savannah Gaming Hub Pages

Welcome to the Gaming Hub.
You may have stumbled upon us accidentally or on purpose so let me give you the run down on what we do:
We're about games. Boardgames, Roleplaying Games, Videogame discussion, Card Games, we like 'em all.
So, a few questions and some answers:
What's a Tabletop Roleplaying Game?
A Tabletop RPG is a collective game where you and other players take on the roles of characters you create as they adventure in a world presented to you by a Gamemaster. There are some games that mess about with those roles, GM and Player, but for the most part they hold true.
Most of them use dice, some with additional sides, to resolve conflicts when they occur and the outcome is in doubt. How its done is particular to the system of rules you're using.
A game event is called a session or adventure. Its a chapter in the saga of your character. A campaign is the novel itself, with the character growing and changing due to the experiences that happen in the game sessions.
Is it hard to play?
Not at all. Gamers as a rule are very welcoming to new players, willing to share dice, ideas and experience with those new to the hobby. There is no hard and fast rule on how to play. As long as everyone is having fun, then you're doing it right!
Do I have to show up for every session in a campaign?
Nope. We're adults with lives and responsibilites. As long as you let everyone know with that RSVP function or contact the GM directly, there's nothing wrong with missing a session. It just means your character was somewhere else that session. No bigs.
Why are there dues of a dollar every six months?
Well, Meetup isn't free. It costs seventy bucks every six months. I also provide snacks at the sessions that I run free of charge. Your dues go to maintain the group. None of it goes to me personally. That said, if you pay using the link, make sure to do it as a gift or a donation, please. Its only a dollar and it helps gamers find great games.
Where can I learn more?
Here:my blog

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