Where: St Scholastica's College, Glebe
Cost: $6/session (unless specified otherwise)
Game and Events
Usually presented in one to two sessions, tabletops are roleplaying games intended for 5-6 ad-hoc or team-based players. Some designers choose to use published system materials, whereas others prefer to utilise modified rules, their own custom ruleset, or sometimes no rules at all.
Freeforms are larger games usually intended for anyway from 10 to 60 players. Players are typically encouraged to interact directly with other players in the role of their character, and the games are almost always based on a custom designed system or no system at all. Freeforms are similar to LARPs but are much more character driven (no physical elements), and do not require costuming (although you may costume if you wish)
Following the release of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition, Paizo Publishing continued to release their Pathfinder series of game books using the existing 3.5 edition rules. Pathfinder Society is Paizo's organised play network, designed to offer games at conventions & other gaming events.
Special events cover any sort of individual or unusual activity offered by the designers or the organisers of the convention. They often provide ample opportunity for both individual players and teams to socialise with their gaming peers in a fun and sometimes competitive environment.
EYECON special events for children (6-12 years). All games offered are specially designed for kids, and are the perfect introduction to this fun and friendly hobby.
|Kids Day||Kids Day Team||Organised Chaos RPG|
D&D Adventurers League
The D&D Adventurers League is an ongoing official organized play
campaign for Dungeons & Dragons. It uses the fifth edition of the
Dungeons & Dragons rules, and features the Forgotten Realms setting.
You can play D&D Adventurers League games at any place that
features adventures bearing the D&D Adventurers League logo. You can
create a character and bring that character to games anywhere D&D
Adventurers League is supported.