What we're about

Welcome to NAGA - the Nashville Area Gamer Association. Our goal is to unite the gamers of Nashville with their fellow hobbyists regardless of which style of gaming they are interested in. Whether it's war gaming, card gaming, board gaming, table top or live-action roleplaying we want to support it. Our goal is not to replace other local gaming resources such as other meetups, Yahoo! groups, or the bulletin boards at your friendly local gaming store but to provide a centralized location for gamers to find these groups in the first place. We also intend to be a resource for gamers to find safe, neutral venues to run their games at as well as catalog the local gaming and hobby shops in order to foster the local gaming business.

Make sure to also check out NAGACentral.com for more events, resources and gaming related news!

Upcoming events (4+)

Open Board Games and Card Games Night

Cheshire Hall

To keep all attendees comfortable and safe, we are asking that only immunized players attend: people who have had the Covid-19 vaccine and have waited for it to be fully active. If you are medically unable to be immunized, let us know as we will reserve a seat for one individual with such requirements.

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Play board and card games at this twice weekly event, open to gamers of all levels of experience -- feel free to drop in! We have a extremely large library of board games, card games, war games, and roleplaying games. There are typically several games running at any given time, so you'll have plenty of opportunity to jump into a game. Regulars often stop by without RSVPing (but we encourage everybody to do so).

We are a residence set up specifically for gaming, with multiple rooms of tables and a welcoming community of gamers. If you're a first timer looking to discover the modern gaming scene, or a long time gamer hoping play your favorites or explore new types of games, we're happy to have you at our tables.

There is parking in backyard. Please try to park next to each other to make room for everybody. The driveway is a bit steep. Street parking is also available if needed, and while not officially endorsed, many people park in the back lot of a church one house over and across the street.

Doors open at 5:00pm; games usually get going around 6:00pm and continue through the evening until around 10pm to Midnight.

So that people can get more gaming in on a weeknight, Wednesdays are a friendly pot luck: food is provided, but nobody is required to bring anything.

#NashvilleStrong
#GamingTogether

Antioch Board Game Night

My Place

Update: Trying out a new experiment see how it works, gonna have game night at Tabletops every Tuesday and My place on Saturdays for a few weeks to see how it works out, if it does then we'll incorporate that to the normal schedule

Start time is 1pm. Dont have to stay til 10 but starting earlier and on a weekend gives us more time to work with instead of having to come out at 6pm on a weekday and deal with traffic plus work the next day thus being on a time limit and sometimes 10 could be pushing it close for some on a work/school night, so I figured earlier on a weekend would help alleviate some of those issues

• What we'll do

We alternate game nights weekly between Tabletops games store any my house, that way if people wanna play a longer/more complex game that might go past the 10pm time or or in the middle of a game while getting close to 10pm, they don't have to feel rushed to complete it or end it early before closing time (thus the 10pm end time is not set in stone). Or if people want to stay and game later as I dont have a "closing time" thats an option. (Once we had myself and others stay up til 3am gaming. Sure thats only happened ONCE in the 4+ years I've been organizing these, but at least you know the option is available if anyone ever wanted to utilize it, which wouldn't be the case at the store).

One table is a standard folding table and chairs just like the store, the other is a 4x3 that can be extended to a 4x4-4x5 table if we're gonna play something thats a bit of a table hog.

As far as parking goes there will be plenty of space to do that in front of my or anyones house (People in the neighborhood are perfectly ok with people parking in front of their houses). Just try to avoid blocking (or using) driveways (including mine).

The number or people you see RSVPed here may not be accurate as those from our FB group that dont use meetup attend as well

• What to bring
This will be a B.Y.O.R (bring your own refreshments/snacks) event

Nashville Unveiled - Vampire the Requiem

Cheshire Hall

Nashville Unveiled (http://nashvilleunveiled.com/) is a twice monthly live action roleplaying game. The players take on the roles of humans and/or supernatural creatures such as vampires, wizards, and other creatures of legend that inhabit a fictional version of the modern day world. It is basically the current world with a subtle and supernatural twist. Think "Harry Potter," "Stranger Things," or "Supernatural." The stories are usually told from the perspective the supernatural inhabitants of the world.

New Players are welcome. No experience needed: we'll help you get started. We're a friendly and open group. Some level of costume is fairly common, but certainly not required. While the event begins at 5pm, the doors open at 4pm, and it is recommended you arrive early to prepare your character.

Live Action Roleplaying is similar to a murder mystery dinner party. It is a cross between improvisational theater and a board game. Players in the group create a character that they play out over many games, developing their character and his or her relationship to the other characters.

Links:

http://nashvilleunveiled.com/

Contact:

Evan Edwards is your Requiem Storyteller, available via [masked] and (814)[masked]

Open Board Games and Card Games Night

Cheshire Hall

To keep all attendees comfortable and safe, we are asking that only immunized players attend: people who have had the Covid-19 vaccine and have waited for it to be fully active. If you are medically unable to be immunized, let us know as we will reserve a seat for one individual with such requirements.

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Play board and card games at this twice weekly event, open to gamers of all levels of experience -- feel free to drop in! We have a extremely large library of board games, card games, war games, and roleplaying games. There are typically several games running at any given time, so you'll have plenty of opportunity to jump into a game. Regulars often stop by without RSVPing (but we encourage everybody to do so).

We are a residence set up specifically for gaming, with multiple rooms of tables and a welcoming community of gamers. If you're a first timer looking to discover the modern gaming scene, or a long time gamer hoping play your favorites or explore new types of games, we're happy to have you at our tables.

There is parking in backyard. Please try to park next to each other to make room for everybody. The driveway is a bit steep. Street parking is also available if needed, and while not officially endorsed, many people park in the back lot of a church one house over and across the street.

Doors open at 5:00pm; games usually get going around 6:00pm and continue through the evening until around 10pm to Midnight.

So that people can get more gaming in on a weeknight, Wednesdays are a friendly pot luck: food is provided, but nobody is required to bring anything.

#NashvilleStrong
#GamingTogether

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