Past Meetup

Horror Themed Indie RPG Game Night in Glendale

This Meetup is past

10 people went

Every 2 weeks on Tuesday

Gamehaus Cafe

1800 S Brand Blvd No 107 · Glendale, CA

How to find us

We'll have a sign on the table

Location image of event venue

Details

Tonight we'll focus on scary/horror games for Halloween. Some games have a game master and players in a way similar to Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) and traditional RPGs; examples include 10 Candles, Dread, Dead of Night and All Flesh Must be Eaten. Some games are “GM-less” and have no game master, instead using shared narrative authority; examples include Final Girl, The Skeletons, and Geiger Counter.

Everyone of any experience level is welcome, with no prior knowledge required. Almost all games are one-shots or episodic, so no regular attendance is necessary.

If you plan on attending, please RSVP so we can arrange for the right number and sized tables. If your plans change, please update your RSVP as early as possible so we have an accurate count. If there are no attendees close to the date, we may cancel the meetup (check that specific date on our calendar for details).

Location will be at Game Haus Cafe in Glendale. GameHaus charges $5 as a cover (payable directly to them upon entrance). They serve a variety of hot and cold foods and drinks (including beer and wine).

We'll pitch games promptly at 7:00pm, and games generally run until 10pm-11pm. A few of us will be there at 6:30pm, so show up early if you want to do introductions and social stuff. Game Haus Café closes at 11pm on Tuesdays.

We try to provide an inclusive space, and do not tolerate harassment or prejudice of any kind, including that based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, or disabilities. (If you have any issues, please contact one of the meetup organizers at any time, either during the meetup or afterwards.) We use the X-card and other RPG safety mechanics, and will discuss these just prior to gaming. See http://tinyurl.com/x-card-rpg for details.

If you plan on pitching or facilitating a game, try and bring the materials you need to play (rules, notecards, blank paper, tokens, and so on). We may have of these items, but may not have everything you need.