Last night's "Games That Can Not Be Named" was held at the Brooklyn Strategist in, where else, Brooklyn.
The turnout was, dare I say it? Huge. Four full tables of role playing and a table in the back of board games. Easily over 30 people in attendance.
Another Non-Disclosure Agreement signed, so I can't talk about the game that was on the menu. I will say that I brought dice I could actually read, and got to use pretty much each of the standard dice, but the D20 was the one I used the most. If it was a gem die, I would have been fucked ;)
Tavis, our GM and one of the folks behind the Adventurer, Conqueror, King System was aces. The GM is always more important then the system in play, at least when he's a good one. Our's was great.
I wish I had been able to stay until 11PM, but I had a minor family emergency I had to handle at home.
No T&T talk this time around (my partner in crime was gaming at another table) but there was more then enough gaming talk to keep me satisfied.
Next week GTCNBN returns to SoHo on Sullivan Street. I'll be there, enjoying the next game on the list.
Some OSR Commentary On The Legacy of 50 years of Dave Arneson's First Blackmoor Game Session - Today was one of those days were we were very busy at the shop & didn't have a huge amount of time to get secondary blog post up. And then family stuff ca...
1 hour ago