Boardgames and tabletop roleplaying
The SGU has A03, the Class of '52 Room, from 2PM until 2 AM Sunday morning.
No RPG has been announced; we may hope that Robert West will GM.
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Remember, you're always welcome to bring your favorite games, or write to email@example.com to make a request or organize a game in advance!
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Our meetings are always on Saturdays.
Our normal time & place is 2PM until 2AM in Frist A03 (Class of '52 Room, next to the Galeria).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get onto the sguevents mailing list and get regular updates on our scheduled events.
GAMESBoardgames: Our open boardgaming events frequently involve short, quick-to-learn, quick-to-play games. However, periodically alumnus Shantanu Saha comes down to help people learn long, complex, challenging games such as Avalon Hill's "Civilization" or Mayfair's "18xx" series of rail games.
Robert West frequently runs World of Rachlem, a fantasy role-playing campaign using the PrinceCon rule system the SGU has developed for its annual roleplaying convention. The PrinceCon system is an Open Game License game closely related to D&D3.5.
For more than 30 years, the Princeton Simulation Games Union (often referred to as the SGU) has been meeting weekly to play board games, role-playing games, card games and more. Members include Princeton University students, alumni, faculty, staff and enthusiastic gamers from the local community.
Meetings and special events are also announced on our mailing list. Email Aaron Mulder to subscribe or unsubscribe.
A scene from Princecon, the SGU's annual roleplaying convention (held the first weekend of spring break)
Looking for Princecon information? Princecon (the annual fantasy role-playing marathon) has a new home at www.princecon.org.