• Monday Board Games and Fun with Friends

    Frontline Games

    Let's play games and have some fun. Join us for board games and lots of fun with a great group of people. You do not have to know how to play the games as most can be learned first time you play. Join us for a fun night. Feel free to bring games or just join in on games being taught by others. Where adults (18 years of age and older) can meet up to play board games and card games and make new friends. Bring games of your own to play with others or just come and learn new games. These games are easy to learn, so join in the fun! This group tends to favor Euro style or worker placement style board games and other modern day favorites on http://boardgamegeek.com/browse/boardgame An example of typical board games played at the meet up include: Dominant Species, Eclipse Ascension, Small World, Carcasonne, Dixit, Kingsburg, DC, Survive Escape from Atlantis, Power Grid, Lords of Waterdeep, Stone Age, 7 Wonders, Settlers of Catan, Thurn and Taxis, Citadels, Dominion, Pandemic, Caylus, Agricola, Ticket to Ride Europe, Risk Legacy, and Dice Town. All of these games are a ton of fun, and we always have someone there who knows how to play them. We are always more than happy to teach games to people who are new. We would love for you to come out and give it a try.

  • Track & Hull Club

    The Game Keep

    The Track & Hull Club is a historical miniature gaming group that plays strategic games, primarily historical recreations or situations. We meet weekly at the Game Keep for miniature gaming.

  • Antioch Board Game Night

    Starwood Pizza

    Greetings fellow gamers! We've got a new location! The great folks at Starwood Pizza have enthusiastically agreed to have us to regularly host Game Night at their wonderful restaurant. Make sure you RSVP so we have an idea of how many tables/chairs to ask them to set up. Feel free to bring your own games (not a requirement)! Don't know how to play a game? No problem! We'll teach you, or you teach us! It's all about having a great time, meeting new people, and experiencing new games! Thank you to all of our amazing members and friends. We look forward to seeing you there! :) Edit: Also theres a very high chance (not confirmed yet though) that some of us (at least 4) will be doing an Escape Room afterwards in Berry Hill, the room wed be doing is it happens takes up to 12 players, so if anyone else is interested in going to that afterwards, you're most welcome to do so.

  • Nashville Game Night - 3rd Wednesday

    Nashville Software School

    Meeple Mountain hosts the largest, and one of the longest running, Game Nights in the city of Nashville on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month. Each month we partner with a different publisher to give away a copy of a hot new game! Nashville Game Night is a chance to relax and unwind by playing games with friends and colleagues! B.Y.O.G. (bring your own game) or just show up and see what's "on the table". Dice games, card games, board games, co-op gaming and more. Head over to http://www.meeplemountain.com/nashville-game-night/ for details on location, history, and hosting. Nashville Game Night is open to gamers of all beliefs and backgrounds and our goal is to cultivate a community that can come together over our shared love of board games.

  • Open Board Games and Card Games Night

    Location visible to members

    Play board and card games at this weekly event, open to gamers of all levels of experience -- feel free to drop in! We have a large library of advanced board games and card games. There are usually a couple 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). We're a residence set up for board gaming across the first floor, with multiple rooms of tables and a welcoming group of gamers. If you're looking to discover the modern gaming scene, or if you collect prestige editions, 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 official, 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 end between 10:00 and Midnight.

  • Strategy and Tabletop RPG Night

    Cheshire Hall

    An evening spent on the more in depth games. These can include tabletop roleplaying games, and strategy or long play board games (like Ogre, Duel of Ages, or Battlestar Galactica). One-shots, campaigns, and long board games or card games are all welcome. New players are always welcome and there are pretty much always a few seats free at a game. Participants are encouraged to organize together in advance as groups for a particular game to better allocate tables. While there are usually some gamers hanging out for a pick-up game, the idea of the evening is to organize for specific, longer games that aren't as feasible on the more casual Wednesday open gaming night. Which isn't to say that it's a serious tone... we're a friendly group, and there's a bunch of laughter and cheering on most nights. We encourage people to show up early, so games can get rolling earlier rather than later. If you're planning a particular game, please note when it starts. From Pathfinder to Fiasco, Arkham Horror to Railways of the World, you'll be able to find other people interested in playing just about anything under the sun. Feel free to plan games in the comments section here. Note: Doors open at 5pm with an eye toward play starting by 7pm. Like every other open event, this is participatory, so feel free to suggest and put forward ideas. This is a Cheshire Hall event, part of NAGA, which includes many different gaming groups. Cheshire Hall: The house has a huge pale blue side that we hang a Tennessee flag from as a landmark for new players. There is ample parking in the backyard: it is one of the reasons we selected the location. The driveway is a semi-steep incline. Street parking is available, and many people informally park at the church across the street.

  • MCMH Classic Dungeons & Dragons

    Cheshire Hall

    Table is: CURRENTLY FULL (we have guest openings periodically; watch this space for one to open up) Classic D&D, the way it was played at the dawn of the 1980s! 3d6 down the line, pit yourselves against the dungeon, with creative thinking and careful planning rewarded with gold and glory. This is very different than modern roleplaying: the table works together as a team of players in collaboration, and you aren't limited to just what is on your sheet -- propose any epic plan of action, and you can do it... if you can roll well enough. And if you can't, well, it's easy to roll up a new character. We use B/X with a sprinkle of AD&D and modern OSR publications that have expanded and added a new depth to classic play. And yes, that photo is of our table.

  • Mind's Eye Society, Vampire: The Masquerade

    Cheshire Hall

    This is an improvisational LARP taking place within the Mind's Eye Society continuity of Vampire: The Masquerade, utilizing the By Night Studios LARP system. Cost: None! Time: 5pm to 10:30pm CST If you're a visitor, you will need to provide a copy of your character sheet 48-72 hours prior to the game. Sheets and questions can be sent to [masked]. New Players! Links to the documents you should look over, so you know the larger story above the local game that flavors our backstory. Mind's Eye Society (MES) - Organization Website: https://www.mindseyesociety.org MES Vampire the Masquerade - Settings Documents: https://games.mindseyesociety.org/vampire-the-masquerade/ MES Vampire the Masquerade - Camarilla Sect Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1heb5sVBVfsSI967EgbVMhTi4H_GBnLbn47P_iWk9Jus/edit?usp=sharing MES Vampire the Masquerade - Player Approval Document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BkhvLdrs8wv66Qu_DMWLbV791TEJs61ifQ6MGTfIV8Y/edit MES Vampire the Masquerade - XP Chart: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1y8AwMCRG1GyHhJZrXPwukGWXt1tt6ju6saE2udj4mCc/edit#gid=[masked]

  • Monday Board Games and Fun with Friends

    Frontline Games

    Let's play games and have some fun. Join us for board games and lots of fun with a great group of people. You do not have to know how to play the games as most can be learned first time you play. Join us for a fun night. Feel free to bring games or just join in on games being taught by others. Where adults (18 years of age and older) can meet up to play board games and card games and make new friends. Bring games of your own to play with others or just come and learn new games. These games are easy to learn, so join in the fun! This group tends to favor Euro style or worker placement style board games and other modern day favorites on http://boardgamegeek.com/browse/boardgame An example of typical board games played at the meet up include: Dominant Species, Eclipse Ascension, Small World, Carcasonne, Dixit, Kingsburg, DC, Survive Escape from Atlantis, Power Grid, Lords of Waterdeep, Stone Age, 7 Wonders, Settlers of Catan, Thurn and Taxis, Citadels, Dominion, Pandemic, Caylus, Agricola, Ticket to Ride Europe, Risk Legacy, and Dice Town. All of these games are a ton of fun, and we always have someone there who knows how to play them. We are always more than happy to teach games to people who are new. We would love for you to come out and give it a try.

  • Track & Hull Club

    The Game Keep

    The Track & Hull Club is a historical miniature gaming group that plays strategic games, primarily historical recreations or situations. We meet weekly at the Game Keep for miniature gaming.