“ friendly bunch of people ”
— Robert R. on Aug 8, 2014.
“ had a great time. Pity we couldn't stay longer & spend time with everyone. Thanks to James for running the rpg for us!! Looking forward to the next meet-up:) ”
— Angela I. on Oct 6, 2013.
“ The Liverpool Lions is an excellent group of friendly players who are very welcoming and always happy to accommodate new and experienced players alike ”
— Simon m. on Jun 12, 2013.
“ Loved it lots of fun with a good group. Made some new friends ”
— Andrew David S. on Nov 3, 2012.
“ Really good group - the wide catchment area and many groups it serves as an umbrella for makes an excellent way to keep in touch with a number of types of gaming across the north of England. ”
— Nigel M. on Jan 9, 2012.
“ It is good. ”
— Darran on May 3, 2011.
“ If you live in the North-West and like boardgames then this friendly Con should not be missed. ”
— Brian M. on Jan 9, 2011.
“ Needs more active members around Newcastle and Durham. But I'm working on that. ”
— Glyn H. on Sep 9, 2010.
“ It's a friendly group which welcomes both complete newcomers and longstanding players to any of the events. I have been a member for over a year and in that time have not known anyone to be unhappy with the reception they have received. It is also a very open group, it almost seems surprising that in a group of this size I have never witnessed an incident of someone being insulted or upset by a comment from another member. Members are very accepting of people from all backgrounds regardless of personality, lifestyle, background etcetera and remarkably good at judging when it is appropriate to make a good natured joke and when it is too early because you don't know someone well enough to make sure they don't think you mean to cause offence. All in all a fun group to play with, a great place for people looking to play any of the games they promote whether it is your first time or your thousandth. ”
— Matthew J. on May 18, 2010.
“ TROB enjoy a good mix of games, and have always made new players welcome, even a drunk bloke at our last venue who ended up playing a Rogue in D&D after asking what it is we were doing. ”
— Nook H. on Feb 19, 2010.